The Government of India on Wednesday decided to ban a total of 118 Chinese apps and one of the most popular apps in India, Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) has also come under fire. The Indian Cricket Team also has a plethora of cricketers who have been playing the game extensively. The Indian government’s move came after tensions between India and China arose on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Prior to this, the Indian government had previously banned a total of 59 Chinese apps. However, Player Unknown’s Battleground was one such application that was under surveillance for a long time now and as the conflict between India and China arose, the Indian government took no time in taking the long-awaited step. Indian cricketers were also ardent followers of the game and now, we’ll take a look at the 3 Indian cricketers who will be affected by the ban imposed by the Indian government.
PUBG Ban: 3 Indian Cricketers Who’ll Be The Most Affected By The Indian Government’s Decision
3. Yuzvendra Chahal
Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal also played PUBG extensively and was one of the most ardent followers of the game. He once revealed that he and MS Dhoni play PUBG together.
The leg-spinner added, “Mahi bhai and I play PUBG together sometimes (laughs). Seven-eight people play PUBG for two hours. We go for dinners, [have] fun. It’s a big thing to play under Mahi bhai. He was my first captain. Whenever we need help in bowling, Kuldeep (Yadav) and I always ask him.”