I really think India has the potential to rise in the worldwide gaming scene considering it has a huge digital market, but things like this just makes me angry. The mindset of people here really has to change. pic.twitter.com/dV7jPwmnGS— qwertz143 (@qwertz143) December 11, 2018
This is a surprising move, considering the fact that the University in question, used to conduct one of India’s biggest Dota 2 tournaments, Game-a-thon and has always extended support to esports in Tech/Cultural fests.
However, an anonymous source who stays at the University stated that the ban wasn’t strictly enforced and as long as noise levels are kept to a minimum, the authorities ignore the hostellers playing online games.