The Taliban has announced that a much-discussed ban on PUBG: Battlegrounds—for “promoting violence” and “misleading youth”—will take effect in Afghanistan within three months, Khaama Press (opens in new tab) reports. The decision was announced following a recent meeting between Afghanistan’s Ministry of Telecommunications, a Sharia law enforcement official, and security representatives.

The Taliban actually ordered this PUBG ban (opens in new tab) back in April this year, but the details and timeline of its implementation have only just been worked out and announced. Afghan telecommunications companies and internet service providers have 90 days to put the ban into action. The ban is focused on PUBG’s mobile version and will also affect TikTok, which companies will have one month to block. 



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