The popular battle royale game PUBG has gained a great deal of popularity among gamers as well as kids. But this popularity wave has been facing its own fair share of troubles since state authorities are imposing a ban on the game. Recently, it was noted that a student body in Jammu and Kashmir has asked to ban PUBG and now Gujarat government is considering doing the same. The Gujarat government has issued a circular asking the district authorities to ensure a ban online multiplayer battleground game. The primary education department of the state has issued a circular after the recommendation made by Gujarat State Commission for Protection of Child Rights. In the circular, the department has directed District Primary Education Officers to take crucial steps to apply a ban on the game in primary schools. As reported by a news agency,”the authorities said that the ban was essential as children were becoming addicted to the game and it was”adversely affecting their research”. Last week, it had been reported The Jammu & Kashmir Students Association requested for a ban on PUBG because of the poor 10th and 12th board outcomes. The student body asked the governor of state to impose the ban. They have further compared the addictive nature of the game to medication. According to a news website, pristinekashmir deputy chairman Raqif Makhdoomi said”The game must have been banned instantly following the poor performance of 12th and 10th course results but still we have not seen any activity.