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PUBG Mobile Lite Launched for Indian Market

With an installation pack of just 400MB and built for devices having less than 2GB RAM, the lite version aims to run smoothly for all players

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With smartphones getting cheaper and better, mobile gaming has taken off and millions of Indian youth are now hooked to games like PlayerUnknown Battleground (PUBG). Pixabay

PUBG Mobile Lite, which is the toned-down version of the famous mobile battle royale game PUBG Mobile hit the Indian market on Friday and is available for download from the Google Play store.

Developed by Tencent Games and PUBG Corp, PUBG Mobile Lite is designed to be compatible with more devices.

This version is optimised for low-end smartphone devices with a lower RAM, to offer an uncompromised gameplay experience to all its fans, the company said in a statement.

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Some players claimed to have received the reminder within an hour and a half of playing the game. Wikimedia

PUBG Mobile Lite features a smaller map made for 60 players, which means faster-paced games that last 10 minutes while still keeping the traditional PUBG style of play.

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With an installation pack of just 400MB and built for devices having less than 2GB RAM, the lite version aims to run smoothly for all players. (IANS)

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Goa Government Trying to Discourage TikTok, PUBG among Students

The circular says that awareness needs to be created among parents and guardians about the social media apps in the interest of safety and security of students

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The logo of the TikTok application is seen on a screen in this picture illustration taken Feb. 21, 2019. VOA

The Goa government has taken steps to discourage the use of mobile app Tik Tok and online game PUBG among students, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant told the Goa legislative Assembly on Monday.

To a question from Conrgess MLA Ravi Naik, Sawant, in a written reply tabled during the ongoing Monsoon session, quoted a circular issued by the state Director of Education Nagaraj Honnekeri.

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Launched in 2017, the main version of the controversial game has already crossed the 100-million-download mark on Google Play Store. Wikimedia Commons

The circular says that awareness needs to be created among parents and guardians about the social media apps in the interest of safety and security of students.

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“…awareness needs to be be created among the parents, guardians and the children in not to download or use Tik Tok app and PUBG game. The app and the game create the issue of safety and security of children in the state of Goa,” the circular reads, adding that preventive measures may be of “great help in saving lives”. (IANS)

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