PUBG team looking for an Indian Gaming Corporation after cutting Ties with Tencent Games.

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After having a major digital strike by the Indian government on the most popular sensation game PUBG (PlayerUnknownsBattleGrounds), the PUBG South-Korean based company is now trying to revive the game again in India. On the 2nd September Indian government took the right to ban 118 Chinese apps which includes the royal battle game PUBG and many others such as Applock, WeChat work, etc. As the game is banned in India, the owners of PUBG seem to be facing an impact on their revenue and growth. To get over from this the South-Korean based corp PUBG maker company is trying to bring the game on the Indian platform again.

The royal battle game PUBG corp has now officially announced that they will be taking over the development duties from Tencent Games for the Indian PUBG Mobile version. The PUBG corp has faced this problem due to the company’s ties with popular Chinese Tech major Corporation with Tencent Games. PUBG Mobile game has a big following of gamers in India and so as the Indian government took the bolt decision to banned PUBG Mobile and other 117 chinese based apps earlier this month, South-Korean based PUBG Corporation has cut ties with Chinese Tech corporation Tencent Games and looking forward, starting the publishing of all games on its own in the Indian market.

Well as per the report “While India’s Gaming Community faced the lost morale, popular sensation PUBG Mobile game organization made an official statement about that, it has pulled down all publishing rights, responsibilities and association with the Chinese Tech firm Tencent for operating in the Indian market” stated by organization.

“PUBG Corporation fully understands and respects the measures taken by the Government as per the privacy and security of player’s data, which is also a top priority for the company. PUBG Corporation also hopes to work hand in hand with the Indian government to find a solution that will allow gamers to once again drop into the battlegrounds while being it is been fully compute with Indian laws and regulations.”

However, it is not confirmed if having a partnership with an Indian gaming company will be joining hands with the PUBG game in India. The mint also reported that the PUBG ban is not only on a tie with Tencent company but there are also several other issues too on which the PUBG ban has been ordered. The other issues were related to security, activity inside the phone, data privacy and many more.

Well, the PUBG updates are getting sure because of the one more statement which has been posted by the official PUBG blog.

PUBG official blog post stated that: “PUBG Corporation fully understands and respects the measures taken by the Indian government as the ‘Privacy’ and ‘Security’ of player data is a top priority for the company. It hopes to work hand-in-hand with the Indian government to find a solution that will allow gamers to once again drop into the battlegrounds while being fully compliant with Indian laws and regulations”.

The PUBG corporation also stated that “The company explores many other ways to provide its own PUBG experience for Indian Players in the nearby future, they seems committed to do so by sustaining a localized and healthy game-play environment for its fans”. Bringing back PUBG would be relevant for the Gaming Community major as India was PUBG’s most popular market where it saw over 20 crore downloads and apparently earned all over $100-million through in-app purchases in India in 2019 alone.

So, now we can say it’s a good news for all PUBG lovers in India that “PUBG may might come back soon in INDIA”. But yet as the above-mentioned government is going to analyze the game in all aspects related to security and many more. After having full assurance the Indian government will revive the royal battle game PUBG soon back in India.  

The company likely make further announcements in due course. Click here to read the complete announcement.

 

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