Modi government’s big statement on launching of PUBG Mobile India, Will Pubg return to India?

PUBG Mobile India
  • PUBG Corporation had announced the launch of PUBG Mobile for a special India.
  • The government’s stance has become clear that for PUBG Mobile India, the user may have to wait a long time.

The Modi government has made a big statement regarding the launch of the PUBG Mobile India Gaming App in India. On behalf of the Modi government’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity), it has been said that the central government has not allowed the launch of PUBG Mobile India in the country. Users waiting for such a PUBG Mobile India game may get a shock. Please tell that PUBG Corporation had announced the launch of PUBG Mobile for a special India. But the government’s stance has become clear that for PUBG Mobile India, the user may have to wait a long time.

The government gives cleanliness

In response to the RTI filed by MediaNama, the government said that PUBG Mobile India had not been allowed on its behalf. Let us know that the RTI was asked whether the central government is allowing Krafton or its subsidiary PUBG Corporation to relaunch the PUBG mobile game, in response to which the central government said that for the launch of PUBG in the country, No permission had been granted. Earlier, PUBG Corporation announced the gaming app’s relaunch, claiming that the PUBG Mobile India gaming app users would be full-proof in terms of data security. The company will follow the local regulations for data storage. The company has also said that there will be regular audit and verification of PUBG’s Indian player data. In this way, the company will keep the data of the Indian player completely safe. Please tell that the PUBG Mobile game was banned from India’s Government only for the player data security.

The company will invest in the Indian gaming industry

PUBG Corporation and parent company Krafton had plans to invest around Rs 746 crore in India’s local video games, e-sports, entertainment, and IT industries. Let us know that 116 apps, including PUBG Mobile, were banned in India by the Central Government in September. After that, these games were also removed from the Google Play Store and App Store.

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