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It’s time to celebrate Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! PUBG officially announces its returning to India with a special Indian Version

It’s time to celebrate Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! PUBG officially announces its returning to India with a special Indian Version

By Rupkumar Sasmal Thursday November 12, 2020


It’s time to officially celebrate Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! Today PUBG Corporation officially announces its return to India with a special version. This new version of the game specially made for Indian gamers and has some special Indian cultural things which made it exceptional from the global version.

We reported last week that PUBG was planning its grand return to India. But that time there is no official news available, today PUBG Corporation officially announces it’s returning with an Instagram post.

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⠀ 📣 COMING SOON #PUBGMOBILE #pubgmobileindia

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This new version of the game will be officially named “PUBG Mobile India“, though PUBG Corporation hasn’t shared the official release date of the game title.

The PUBG Corporation and its parent firm KRAFTON said they are planning to make an investment of $100 million in India as it is one of the largest markets of PUBG Mobile. They said they will help India to grow its local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries. Officially they are planning to hire more than 100 employees in the Indian region.

Know the reasons behind the PUBG ban and what they are doing to bring it back.

4 Main Reason behind PUBG ban in India

  1. Inappropriate use of user data.
  2. Transferring Indian users’ data to other countries.
  3. Cybersecurity reason
  4. PUBG’s collaboration with the Chinese giant Tencent.

These are the main four reasons behind its ban. PUBG is not a Chinese company although it is facing a ban from the Indian government because of its Chinese collaboration.

PUBG’s fight to bring it back in India

  • After the ban in India, PUBG takes a strong step and cut off its ties with Tencent.
  • PUBG take back it’s IP Rights and the user data from Tencent.
  • They are in touch with several IT giants to establish it’s servers across India.
  • Finally, on 7th November 2020, Krafton the parent company of PUBG Corporation announced a global partnership with Microsoft Azure.
  • They start processing the server setup with Microsoft Azure.
  • They officially assure the data security and said “privacy and security of Indian player data being a top priority for PUBG Corporation, the company will conduct regular audits and verifications on the storage systems holding Indian users’ personally identifiable information to reinforce security and ensure that their data is safely managed.

PUBG corporation’s activities in recent days make it clear that they are trying hard to satisfy all the terms and conditions mentioned by the government of India. Now it remains unclear, whether the Indian government has approved PUBG Corporation’s moves or not.



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