BHOPAL: A 19-years old boy reportedly died due to heart attack while playing PUBG game in his mobile phone.
The deceased teenager identified as Deepak Rathore a resident of Dewas district in Madhya Pradesh has reportedly died due to heart attack while playing PUBG.
Police said that the deceased 19-year-old boy is physically challenged boy is believed to have died due to a heart attack.
However, the exact reason of death of the boy is yet to be ascertained, the police informed
Sources said that he was reportedly addicted to PUBG.
According to details, the niece of Deepak had reportedly asked him to buy a packet of milk from a nearby shop, but suddenly he screamed and fell unconscious on the floor.
Immediately after the incident, he was rushed to hospital, where the doctor has declared him brought dead.
Deepak reportedly used to stay at home most of the time owing to his physical condition
Deepak had recently passed the class 10 exam and had taken admission in class 11.
Earlier, a minor boy of Mumbai city's Jogeshwari locality has allegedly spent a whopping amount of Rs. 10 lakh by doing online transactions for playing PUBG. As per reports, the boy (whose age is about 16 years) was rebuked by his parents after they came to know about the online transaction of Rs. 10 lakh following which he ran away from home. The matter was thereafter informed to the police by the parents. The boy was subsequently found out by the police from Mahakali Caves in Andheri West and sent back to his parents.
The boy's father had reported the incident to the police (by registering a missing diary) after which the matter came to light. A case of abduction was registered by the police (as the boy was a minor) and a probe was initiated. The boy's parents informed the police while the investigation was going on that their son developed an addiction to playing the PUBG games for the past month. The boy had spent Rs. 10 lakh from his mother's bank account for getting an ID and virtual currency to play the online game. After the parents got to know about the online transaction, they rebuked the boy, who thereafter left the home leaving a letter for his parents.