In yet another bizarre case of people being addicted to PUBG beyond all reason, a teenager in Punjab reportedly spent a whopping ₹16 lakh on the game. According to reports, the 17 year old lives in Kharar, and spent the money buying upgrades for the game.
In case you’re not aware, PUBG has a number of microtransactions that allow cosmetic upgrades. There are also new skins that can be purchased via Premium Crates, etc. All of these require an in-game currency called ‘UC’ which can be purchased in exchange for money.
Apparently, the boy used to tell his mother that he was extensively using his phone for studies. Instead, he used his mother’s and father’s bank accounts to carry out online transactions to buy in-game items.
The boy’s father, a government employee, is quoted as saying “I had saved the money for my medical needs and my son’s future. During the lockdown, I was staying at the place of my posting, while my son was staying with my wife here. He used her mobile phone to make all transactions and would delete the message regarding amount debited from account”.
While the amount spent by the kid is unlikely to be returned, since it was a voluntary spend on his behalf, his parents are, justifiably upset. According to his father, the boy is now working in a scooter repair shop. “I just can’t let him sit idle at home and cannot give him a mobile phone even for studying. He is working at a scooter repair shop so that he realises how hard it is to earn money”, he said.
Salute to his father for making decision to make him work at a scooter repair shop. I hope this action will help him realise money can’t be grown on trees.
So mentally harrased is everyone , im 18 yrs old ,i handle all the transactions of my mothers account but never did this ,but i bought royal pass by giving tuition but in this lock down no tuition so no rp this time
Good let him realise how hard to earn money ..
His father and mother took right decision! Can’t believe this happened… I’m also of the same age but this isn’t correct.. Family ko dhoka deke kya milega! Good punishment! JUSTICE
And from which source you get this news.
So stupid ????????
Even if low chance, did the father made any contact with Pubg owners to refund? I have read many instances where the money was refunded. 16 Lakh is no small amount.
Winner winner chicken dinner