Islamic scholars have given a fatwa against the PUBG game after the new game update encourages idol worship.
If a player stands in front of the PUBG idol and prays to him, the person will be given a drink that will survive and improve his health in the game.
And you can also benefit from a lot of rare weapons in the game.
Fatwa Against PUBG Game
Many scholars from Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, and Kuwait have issued a fatwa and declared Haram Game as a game that directly promotes worshiping idols, as most children play this game on their mobile phones.
Islam discourages worshiping anyone except ALLAH SWT. Today, Gulf News published an article that published Fatwa against the PUBG game.
PUBG game now has 1.6 billion downloads on the Google Play store and 410,000 downloads on the Apple Store.
Dr. Bassim, Professor of Sharia in Kuwait, has also asked parents to stop their children from playing this game, as most children play this game on their mobile phones.
After Kuwait, Saudi Arabia is also thinking of banning the PUBG game in the country after this idol update in the game.
Islamic organisations in Pakistan and India are also supporting fatwa, and Islamic scholars from Pakistan and India are also supporting fatwa against pub gaming.
Soon after these fatwas, the tech company behind the creation of the PUBG game reached out to media outlets and apologised for their new changes hurt the feelings of the Muslims and made sure that they will eliminate this feature in the near future.