Ever since the government banned Chinese applications, including the much-beloved PUBG Game due to security concerns, the fans of multiplayer games have been wondering if this video game in India will ever make a comeback.
The Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) had banned 59 more apps, including PUBG, in addition to 165 mobile apps have banned on two occasions earlier.
But the big question is that whether this ban on these apps, especially, for PUBG is permanent or a stop-gap arrangement?
Is there any hope of the upliftment of the ban? What do you think?
We would love to know your opinion.
According to the sources, here is some good news coming for PUBG fans on the upliftment of the ban.
The South Korean company, which makes the most popular game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, may partner with an Indian gaming company. As per various reports, PUBG is continually exploring several possibilities for a partnership with the Indian gaming company to resume its operations in India. PUBG Corp is a unit of Bluehole Games, a South Korea company.
One of India’s largest gaming firms, Paytm First Games, is working in partnership with Garena Freefire, which is a competitor game for PUBG. Also, there are possibilities that Reliance Jio can get a PUBG license in India. According to reports, the South Korean company has discussed the Revenue Share and Localization with Reliance Jio.
As per the sources, after the break-up with Tencent, PUBG is looking forward to forming a partnership to sustain itself in India. The popular game is distributed in India by Tencent Holdings. In light of recent developments, PUBG Corporation has decided to no longer authorize the PUBG Mobile franchise to Tencent Games in India, PUBG Corporation had said in a statement.