How to Play Free Fire and PUBG Mobile in Bangladesh After Ban
Here is a quick guide on how to download and play PUBG Mobile and Free Fire in Bangladesh after this year's ban.
A few months after Garena launched a dedicated server in Bangladesh, the Bangladesh High Court ordered the Bangladeshi government to impose immediate restrictions on massively popular mobile games such as Free Fire and PUBG Mobile. In addition to restricting Free Fire and PUBG Mobile in Bangladesh, the High Court has also urged the government to ban mobile apps that affect children's mental health.
The Bangladesh High Court order came nearly a year after India banned massively popular mobile apps like TikTok, PUBG Mobile, and others. We all know that this is very bad news for people who spend most of their time playing Free Fire or watching videos on TikTok.
Regardless of whether Bangladesh bans Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, and TikTok, Bangladeshi people can enjoy these apps using a VPN. If you are wondering how to play Free Fire and PUBG Mobile in Bangladesh after ban, don't worry, we have got you. covered.
How to play Free Fire and PUBG Mobile in Bangladesh after ban?
- First, download the latest Free Fire and PUBG Mobile APK from the trusted third party websites.
- Once downloaded, you will need to download any VPN from the Google Play Store.
- After the VPN is downloaded, start the VPN on your phone
- Set the location in a country where Free Fire and PUBG Mobile are not prohibited. (I advise you to use Singapore or Hong Kong as it offers the best latency for competitive games)
- Once you are connected to the selected country, open Free Fire and PUBG Mobile on your phone.
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has taken an initiative to ban “harmful” online games such as PUBG and Free Fire in the country following a High Court directive.
The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission has ordered that 'dangerous' games such as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, and Garena Free Fire be removed from the country's online platforms.
The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has ordered that 'dangerous' games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) and Garena Free Fire be banned from Bangladesh's online platforms.