If not handled properly, addiction can change life and death. India faces an undeniable battlefield or undeniable indulgence of unblocked games 66 who killed a teenage boy in Madhya Pradesh on May 28.
Although states and authorities have enacted some prohibitions and regulations to curb the negative impact of the game, the incident is still occurring. The game was recently banned in Gujarat because people were worried that it would affect the “behavior, behavior and language” of those who play the game. In addition, countries such as Nepal and Iraq have canceled the game because of reports that have long adversely affected players.
Threats Of Playing Online Games Especially Kids
But PUBG is not the first game that claims life. Occasionally, some online games / challenges have proved fatal. The contents are as follows.
Passing Challenges: This challenge, also known as a choking game, is performed by at least two participants. One kills another to take the brain out of oxygen, causing temporary confusion and dizziness. However, the death of this game has been reported.
Salt and Ice Challenges: For this challenge, teenagers first soak their skin and then ice it. Salt quickly lowers the temperature of the ice, causing severe burns and frostbite to the player. This combo of salt and ice motives a critical hot discomfort in your body.
Blue Whale Challenge: The most dangerous is the blue whale challenge. Many children commit suicide there. The game lasted for more than 50 days and instructed participants to complete 50 tasks. On the last day of the competition, members are asked to finish their lives.
Fire challenge: This task requires young people to set fire and record this work. Participants applied a flammable liquid to the naked torso and ignited it. Many children die in this deadly game due to severe burns from a fire.
Report: This games are threatening because of what happen to a 16 year old boy who played one of the games and died of a cardiac arrest. According to reports, he played PUBG for six consecutive hours.