Nowadays in India (MP), the trend of games among children and youngsters is increasing, if players look at it from a point of view, it is also wrong because while playing more games, there is an addiction to being constantly connected in front of the game screen, due to which many players become addicted to many games.
A law will soon be made to stop online gaming in Madhya Pradesh. The Shivraj government is going to take strict steps for this. Giving information, MP Home Minister Narottam Mishra has said that the Home Department has prepared its draft. Online gaming is being brought under the purview of the law by amending the Gambling Act.
Online gaming is increasing rapidly every year, not only in Bihar but all over India, for this rule and regulation are necessary, it can be estimated from this year’s figures.
- Its revenue is as large as more than $1.5 billion.
- The data predicts that it will grow from 1.5 billion to 5 billion in 2025.
- The industry in the country has grown at a CAGR (Compound annual growth rate) of 38% between 2017 – 2020.
Many games are being played in India even after being banned, in which these games –
- PUBG Mobile
- PUBG Mobile lite
- Free Fire Max
- COD and more online Games
We look at the games from the point of view of eSport, then banning it is not the final decision, because often one or the other game comes in the market, for this a law should be made for the games, which should be run in the right way and with better results.