- In light of recent developments, PUBG Corporation has agreed not to allow the PUBG MOBILE franchise to keep Tencent Games in India anymore.
The PUBG Corporation is closely monitoring the situation around PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map’s latest bans: Livik and PUBG MOBILE Lite in India. It has seen a huge amount of support from the player base of the country for the game and would like to thank the community for their excitement and enthusiasm.
PUBG Corporation completely recognizes and supports the government’s steps as the privacy and protection of player data is a key priority for the business. It hopes to work hand in hand with the Indian government to find a solution that will allow gamers to drop into the battlefields once again while fully complying with Indian laws and regulations.
In light of recent developments, PUBG Corporation has agreed not to allow the PUBG MOBILE franchise to keep Tencent Games in India anymore. PUBG Corporation will continue to take on all publication obligations within the region. As the firm explores ways to provide India with its own PUBG experience in the near future, it is committed to doing so by providing its fans with a localised and safe gaming environment.
PUBG MOBILE is the mobile edition of PLAYERUNKNOWN ‘S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG), an intellectual property owned and produced by the South Korean gaming firm PUBG Corporation.
The business is actively engaged in developing and publishing PUBG on various platforms to offer the best player experience possible, including PUBG MOBILE in selected territories.
PUBG Corporation is committed to providing a global audience with its groundbreaking battle royal experience and aims to continue engaging with its enthusiastic Indian player base. In addition to daily content updates, the company is exploring different ways of engaging its Indian community through various regional initiatives, including sports and community events.
In July, another list of 47 Chinese apps was released to ban programs that tried to clone the apps banned in the first iteration.
Many were left asking why Tencent’s game of hugely popular battle area multiplayer, PUBG, was allowed to stay on the docket. Now, after the incursion into the Pangong Tso Lake valley, India’s third ban on Chinese apps will not only delete PUBG from India but will also delete another 117 apps like Baidu, Alipay, WeChat Job, and Valor Field.
The applications were banned by invoking powers under section 69A of the Information Technology Act read with the related provisions of the Information Technology (Procedure and Protections for Public Blocking of Access to Information) Rules 2009 and, in view of the evolving nature of the risks, 118 mobile apps were blocked.