PUBG Anti-Cheat system:-

PUBG’s New Anti-Cheat system is here:-

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or popularly known as PUBG has become one of the most popular games in the world and while millions and millions of users log in every day for this online multiplayer battle royale, PUBG has been subjected to a host of cheating reports in the recent past.

It gets very irritating when you are running across the field and a single shot from nowhere takes you out. Sometimes, it could be a really good player or a lucky shot from another player, however, there are times when you suspect that something is not quite right.

Well, this is when you realise that you have been a victim of PUBG cheats, which could include aim bots, wall hacks or more.

Moreover, PUBG has also launched the PUBG PC PUBG PC update patch 22 which comes with an updated anti-cheat system.

With the new anti-cheat system, users will see a popup whenever they start a new game.

It is now recommended to play PUBG after enabling the anti-cheat system.

On the other hand, if a user experiences an issue, he/she can opt to disable this feature in PUBG PC.

India shames Pakistan at UN in politics :-

India shames Pakistan at UN as it plays politics with kids killed by terrorists :-

Earlier in his address at the UNGA, Qureshi said; “Pakistan continues to face terrorism financed and orchestrated by India – shall never forget the mass murder of more than 150 children in a Peshawar School, the terrible Mastung attack and others that have links with terrorists supported by India”

India on Saturday rejected the allegations levelled by Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi during his address at the UN General Assembly meet in New York.

Practicing the ‘Right to Reply’, India’s First Secretary in Permanent Mission of India to UN, Eanam Gambhir said that Qureshi’s statements before UNGA were fake, and thus could make only a fake vision.

“For a new vision to materialise, Pakistan must demonstrate that it has moved beyond the narrative of distortion, deception and deceit,” she said.

Gambhir termed Qureshi’s statement on the 2014 Peshawar terror attack as ‘most outrageous’ and said it was a ‘preposterous allegation’.

Earlier in his address at the UNGA, Qureshi said; “Pakistan continues to face terrorism financed and orchestrated by India – shall never forget the mass murder of more than 150 children in a Peshawar School, the terrible Mastung attack and others that have links with terrorists supported by India”.

In response to this, Gambhir said: “Let me recollect for the new government of Pakistan the outpouring of sorrow and pain in India that followed the massacre of innocent children in 2014.

Both houses of India’s Parliament had expressed solidarity while paying respect to the memory of those killed.”

She said that Pakistan’s ‘despicable insinuation’ dishonours the memory of the innocent lives that were lost that day. “It is a desperate attempt to look away from the monster of terror that Pakistan has itself created to destabilise its neighbours and covet their territory”, she stated.

Speaking on Jammu and Kashmir, Gambhir reiterated that J&K is an integral part of India.

“Let me make it clear to the new government of Pakistan that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir is and will remain an integral part of India,she said Ambhir also countered Pakistan’s claims that it is acting against terrorists.

“She said that mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and an UN-designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed “enjoys a free run inside Pakistan and spews venom and sets up candidates for electoral office”.

Referring to Quereshi’s speech at the UNGA, Gambhir said the Pakistan termed the gruesome killing of Indian security personnel by Pakistan-sponsored terrorists as ‘flimsy grounds’.

“While it may not be the case for Pakistan, for India every loss of life counts. Hence, our belief that talks and terror cannot go together,” she said

PUBG Mobile Tournament will be represented by Animesh Agarwal of Guwahati:-

Player’s Unknown Battlegrounds, popularly known as PUBG, an online multiplayer game has taken the gaming community by storm. One-upping this, Tencent Gaming, the creators of the game organized the PUBG Star Challenge 2018, which is the biggest PUBG Mobile tournament.

After gruelling qualifiers, 20 teams from across Asia qualified for the Asia Finals. Out of those twenty teams, two teams from India have made it and will battle it out to be crowned as the Asian PUBG Champions.

8bit and Team IND are the two teams that will represent India in Thailand.

One of the teams, 8bit, a PUBG Mobile Team consists of 4 players with the team leader being Animesh Agarwal, who hails from Guwahati. Animesh is the Team Leader and the owner of 8bit. The team has been playing the mobile game since its Global Release and the players have regularly outperformed most professional teams in India and in Asia as a whole.

The team is scheduled to leave for Thailand on 11th of October 2018 till 15th of October 2018 for the Live event.

8bit Team Members

Animesh Agarwal (Team Leader)

Mukul Anchal

Swapnil Ganguly

Akshay Taneja

Team IND also qualified on popular voting. They will represent India alongside Team 8bit.

Team IND members:

Tanmay Singh (Team Leader)

Rohan Chanan

Rahul Dhankh

Shekhar.