PUBG Mobile users may not see their most favorite game making a comeback in the Indian gaming market anytime soon. The government stands still on its stance – banning PUBG Mobile along with other 267 Chinese applications. As per the media reports, the authority regulating all the ban activities has recently issued a statement responding to the banned applications.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is not satisfied with the responses of banned TikTok and other Chinese Apps. The government is still unclear about how these apps collect and use data on their platforms. This further translates to banning TikTok and other popular Chinese Applications permanently in the country. Even though the parent company Krafton has broken ties with Chinese entity Tencent, there are possibilities that PUBG Mobile might get a permanent ban in India.
There are numerous attempts made by developers for the PUBG Mobile unban in India. One such attempt is Krafton partnering with Azure Cloud Services of Microsoft. The makers have tied up with a trusted brand Microsoft to host its data in India. Multiple RTIs have been filed in the last four months concluding that PUBG Mobile may get a comeback in March. However, any official confirmation is not yet disclosed to the public.
FAU-G has launched in India on January 26. The game touched over 5 million downloads in less than 24 hours and is seen as a replacement for PUBG Mobile in India. Stay tuned to FirstSportz for further new updates on PUBG Mobile unban.