The Islamabad High Court ordered PTA to unblock online game PUBG.
The verdict was announced by Justice Aamer Farooq on Friday. It was earlier reserved on July 14. The court will soon issue a detailed verdict, directing the PTA to make any future decisions on bans after listening to all stakeholders.
The PTA earlier said that the ban it imposed on online game Players’ Unknown Battle Ground (PUBG) will remain in place. Petitions were filed against the ban in the Sindh High Court and the Islamabad High Court.
PUBG, which has been developed by a South Korean company, is a 2017 survival game in which players are dropped onto an island to battle it out against others.