PUBG Mobile will be completely closed in India from October 30.
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1 PUBG Mobile is going to be completely shut down in India from 30 October. Earlier, the New Delhi Sports Manager had ordered to stop two months ago, but it was not completely closed. Now PUBG’s service will stop for consumers in India and this information was revealed by their official Facebook page.
PUBG Mobile is going to be completely shut down in India from 30 October. Earlier, the New Delhi Sports Manager had ordered to stop two months ago, but it was not completely closed. Now PUBG’s service will stop for consumers in India and this information was revealed by their official Facebook page.
The game was prohibited under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act 2009.
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After that, he also mentions that all the publishing rights of PUBG Mobile will be withdrawn. PUBG Mobile also said that consumer data is our first priority and will follow the right decision for its security. And said that we have always complied with the data laws of the country.
PUBG Mobile to close down all workers and access in India
As everyone knows, PUBG is hosted by Tencent, a Chinese company. Now PUBG Corporation has taken the decision that it will terminate its agreement with Tencent. After that, it was also said that PUBG Mobile will make an agreement with the Government of India to start the work.
Apart from this, the most important thing was that they will look for whatever legal option to bring PUBG mobile back to the country. This information was shared with PUBG Mobile’s official LinkedIn account, and it is looking for corporate to bring PUBG Mobile back to India.
Amidst all this hurdle, this could be the reason for PUBG Mobile’s re-launch in India as an “Indian version of the game”. This is the only ray left for the promoter of PUBG Mobile.
PUBG Mobile ban!! How We Should Look at this?
PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were banned when users started attracting more attention to this gaming platform, as everyone was at home with the COVID-19 and that is why users increased significantly.
The ban is a major setback for game users in India, and PUBG Mobile’s ban was quite disastrous as professional gamers accounted for about 25 percent of PUBG Mobile.
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