Popular mobile game PUBG has been banned in Pakistan on 1st July, 2020. The game lovers have reacted to the news and have been asking the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to lift the ban.
Social media sensation Waqar Zaka has also come forward to speak against the ban. He asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to share his opinion regarding the game but no one listened to him and now he asked the supporters to go for dharna.
Enough is enough, PTA unban Pubg or entire Gaming community will be at D Chowk- sub sun lo -, Baatein bohat hogi – now how many of u r willing to go for dharna at D-chowk for Pubg – yeh aesa unban nahie karey gray , tweet trend, comments posting sey kaam nahie chaley ga
— Waqar Zaka (@ZakaWaqar) July 17, 2020
He wrote on Twitter, “Enough is enough, PTA unban Pubg or entire Gaming community will be at D Chowk- sub sun lo -, Baatein bohat hogi – now how many of u r willing to go for dharna at D-chowk for Pubg – yeh aesa unban nahie karey gray , tweet trend, comments posting sey kaam nahie chaley ga”
It is to be noted that Waqar Zaka has always been vocal about things which are not appreciated in Pakistan like the emergence of E-sports, as many people believe one always waste his time if giving extra time to play online games.
Earlier, Ducky Bhai, a famous YouTuber, and gamer, while talking to Zaka explained how the ban on PUBG has affected gamers, who want to make a career out of E-sports.
“If people start accepting it as a legitimate argument then I don’t think any app, gaming or not, is secure in the future. It doesn’t make sense to ban an app used by millions just because of an issue relating to one person.”
Talking about the country’s growing potential for e-sports, Ducky pressed on how Pakistan’s PUBG numbers are motivating enough to have the makers give the region preference, something that rarely happens for other games in the country.
“Just over a few days ago, PUBG mobile, on its official website, announced that it had improved servers in Pakistan. That, in fact, has happened. Why did PUBG makers do it? Well, they must’ve noticed that there are serious players in the country.”