The PUBG Company will soon release PUBG Mobile India to the Indian market, putting an end to the long wait for mobile gamers. After a brief ban in the country, it is coming to all PUBG fans.
Apparently, PUBG Mobile India is being launched in India by another firm, registered as PUBG India Pvt Ltd. The registration of the name of the organization guarantees it is still coming.
It’s been almost a fortnight since PUBG Mobile’s return to India was announced. There were mentions of people on the website briefly spotting the game’s APK files. The official platforms of social media have been busy launching teasers and game promos. There’s no launch date yet, but it seems it’s not going to be long before you can go chicken dinner hunting.
There have been rumors that there could be a tournament with a prize pool of Rs 6 crore for the Indian edition. There may be wages ranging from Rs 40,000 to Rs 2 lakh alongside the prize pool. Ghatak from TSM Entity tweeted that the PUBG Mobile India tournament will have a huge pool of more than Rs 6 crore, according to the Indian PUBG Mobile player.
PUBG India registered as a company on November 21, 2020, in Bengaluru, Karnataka, according to a post by LiquipediaMemphiz on Instagram.
Talkesport announced that the PUBG India Pvt. Approved Directors. Ltd. is Kumar Krishnan Iyer, who is also the ACCUWEATHER India Pvt. owner. Ltd., a well-known weather agency, and Hyunil Sohn. As per the Companies Act in India, the approval of the name is limited to 60 days.
The PUBG Company opened its PUBG Mobile India pre-registration process before releasing the game officially. The PUBG Mobile pre-registrations in India are now live on the TapTap app. However, on the PUBG Mobile India website, PUBG has yet to disclose the pre-registration process. The TapTap listing has yet to be authenticated by PUBG Company.
Last week, PUBG Company, the developer of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and a subsidiary of KRAFTON, Inc. of South Korea, revealed that it will launch a new game specifically created for the Indian market, called PUBG Mobile India. This creation comes almost two weeks after the game ceased to function for the country’s players. In September, in the midst of ongoing border tensions between India and China, the Indian government slapped a ban on PUBG and 117 other applications.