PUBG Mobile’s New Avatar ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India’: See What Twitter Users Are Saying About It

PUBG Mobile’s New Avatar 'Battlegrounds Mobile India': See What Twitter Users Are Saying About It

Battlegrounds Mobile India was announced by the South Korean publisher Krafton as the Indian version of PUBG Mobile. PUBG Mobile, the popular mobile game Battle Royale, was banned by the government in September last year. The new game will have a logo with the Indian tricolor.

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Theme to attract mobile gamers in the country and will be available for pre-registration prior to its official launch in India. Those who were disappointed with the ban have reason to rejoice after the announcement. You can’t stay calm to play your favorite game. Users have started to share their excitement with a variety of memes on social media.

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Last year, the government banned 118 apps linked to China, including PUBG Mobile. He said the action against the apps was the result of many complaints he received about their stealing user data and illegally transferring it to servers outside the country. After the ban, Krafton subsidiary PUBG Corporation acquired the publishing and distribution rights for PUBG Mobile from Tencent Games, a Chinese company.

Now, Krafton has announced that its new game will comply with all applicable Indian laws and regulations regarding the collection and storage of player data. He said he would work with partners. Building an esports ecosystem in the country starting with a series of India-specific in-game events to kick off. The South Korean company had several attempts to convince the Indian government to lift the ban imposed on PUBG Mobile last September, including plans to locate data and build a dedicated team of at least 100 people in India.

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