Tamil Nadu: Muslim League Files Complaint Against PUBG, Accuses It Of Hurting Muslim Sentiments

An image from the PUBG game. (Pic via Facebook)

The Tamil Nadu Muslim League on Tuesday (4 June) filed a police complaint against popular popular online multiplayer game PUBG by alleging that it hurts Muslim sentiments, Times Now has reported.

The complaint claims that the latest update has incorporated a model of the Kabba which the Muslim League claims, is hurting the sentiments of Muslims as well as distracting gamers.

The complaint dated 3 June sent to the Chennai police commissioner describes this update as “offensive” and as a resulted demanded an immediate ban on the game.


As per the report, the one year anniversary update of PUBG contained a birthday crate which included items like the Kabba which caused a furore among the Muslim community. Following this, the game developers Tencent Game decided to roll back the offending update.

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