After mercilessly attacking Devika, the boy washed his blood-smeared clothes at a public tap, returned home and slept, revealed the police probe.
A report published post his death by a local police station has stated that the cause of death was likely over-excitement while playing the game.
A local court ruled that the game character be returned to its original owner, and rewarded Rs 9 lakh to the player who bought it at a discounted price.
China is the world's biggest video game market, but the government's restrictions on the gaming industry target online addiction.
PUBG Mobile has been banned in a number of places, and the events taking place as a result of playing the battle royale game is the reason why the game has been receiving all that flak.
The government of Iraq says these games like PUBG Mobile are harmful to society and a potential national security threat.