Due to the addiction to PUBG, a Malaysian man is missing from home for almost a month, after leaving his family including his 4 months pregnant wife. The man probably wanted to be engaged in the playing the game without any kind of interruption, so he left his home one day and never came back, As he was frequently facing disturbance by his family from completing his regular PUBG quota, he left his wife.
According to the report, the man left his family because of PUBG addiction published on a website and called World of buzz, it is seemingly based on a Facebook post by the wife of the man. The post, which was in Malay language, marked that the man left his family after his wife rebuked him, for playing PUBG all the time and for avoiding his work and responsibilities.
As per the report, PUBG was initiated to the man by one of his siblings. The man has not been recognized in the Facebook post. The woman in her defined in the post that her husband was so addicted to the game that he kept playing PUBG during the night. As an outcome, the addiction began affecting his lifestyle, which then affected the work of the man and the family affairs.
The wife has written in her post, “It has been a month since he has left us. We are now left with no choice but to support ourselves through any hardship that may come. Before he started playing PUBG, his personality was much more tolerable. However, the situation gradually grew worse from when he first started playing the game four years ago (PUBG didn’t exist four years ago so it is possible that the woman is alluding to online gaming in general here). Please pray that he will return to our family. ”
Till now it is not clear that any formal missing complaint has been having been lodged or not. If this happened this is not the first time that someone has been a victim of PUBG addiction. PUBG is diversely popular across the world, as well as in India, and there are so many people who can be doomed by the addiction to it.
In India, PUBG Game is played by the millions of smartphones users, including young teens. Recently a fitness trainer from Jammu was admitted in the hospital after reaching in the condition of trauma and he started punching himself. A few weeks ago, an 18-year-old boy hanged himself after his parents declined to purchase him an expensive phone for playing PUBG.
Therefore, as a precaution, the institutions, as well as government officials have tried to limit PUBG. The Gujarat government also cited a notice to all primary schools to make a prohibition alert for children from playing PUBG. The Institute of Technology in Vellore also banned PUBG.
Considering the crucial outcome of the increasing incidence of PUBG gaming involvement, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the issue on PUBG addiction in the country at an event called Parkisha Pe Charcha 2.0 and talked about the ways in which parents could deal with it.