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PUBG Mobile: Coming back to India, announced by the developers

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PUBG Mobile Company says that it wants to launch a new PUBG mobile game in India. It was bann by the mobile application from China Tencent in September. The game was the best-downloaded title of India, with about 50 million users when its ban was released. In addition, the firm agreed to invest $100 M in the Indian gaming, esports, entertainment and information technology sector, though it did not provide a date when the Game would actually start.

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The South Korean developer said it would create a new Indian subsidiary to manage the gaming title, and that the game would “maximise data protection and cater for local preferences.” The PUBG Corporation will mollify Indian digital regulators by establishing linkages with Tencent and localising the production and storage of data for PUBG Mobile. The company’s revenue will be substantially improved as PUBG Mobile was India’s highest-grossing game at the time of its ban.

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However, the PUBG Company has noted that the restarts games have several elements “customised for Indian gamers,” such as a fully dressed character, a green liquid replacing blood, and a “virtual simulation training ground” frame. The game doesn’t really take place. The period that players use the game “to encourage healthier play habits for younger players,” the company said. There would also be restrictions. But for people who had it mounted, PUBG Mobile was still playable.

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In certain cases, their fans requested that instead of playing other sports, they stick to it. But even several streamers have seen increased exposure as a result of other games such as Call of Duty: mobile. Finally, PUBG Corporation and its parent company Krafton intend to make an investment of $100 million (about 746 crores) to India for the “farming” of the local video-games, e-sports, entertainment and IT industries.

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