Punjab Teen Spends Rs 16 Lakh on PUBG Mobile. A 17 year Punjab Boy spent 16 lakh in in-app purchases on PUBG Mobile.
Earlier India banned 59 Chinese Apps with PUBG Mobile being excluded from the banned apps list.
PUBG Mobile has seen a lot of criticism with cases of minor’s doing suicides and instances when young ones lost their lives to heart attack and stroke.
In this report where a young teen spent 16 lakh on PUBG Mobile, the boy’s parent have claimed that the amount of fixed as saving’s for boy’s father medical expenses and the teen’s future.
The Young teen also emptied his mother’s provident fund.
The Teen’s Father is making the teen work at a scooter repair shop to make him realise the value of hard earned money.
PUBG Mobile, like most games these days, offers in-app purchases that players may want to buy to stand out from the majority. The boy reportedly spent on purchasing virtual credits to get in-app items, including artillery, exclusive passes for tournaments, and virtual credits over a month’s duration.
The Tribune details that the boy used to play PUBG on his parents’ phones. Assuming that he’d use the phone for online studies, the parents gave their phone to their son, who instead used to play PUBG Mobile. His father also alleged that his son had all account details as he used to make online payments for his mother’s kitty party.