Pubg banned from india / is it True??

Pubg banned from india

Notably, PUBG MOBILE is one of the most popular video games in India, and also India's most played conflict royale sport.

Is it a Chinese app?

Back in 2017, PlayerUnknown's Battleground turned into first of all made to be had for Microsoft Windows through the Steam store. The sport changed into advanced and published by means of PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video recreation business enterprise Bluehole.

So wherein does the Chinese connection come from? Well, later, the Korean developer partnered with China's largest gaming business enterprise that is Tencent, to go into the gaming marketplace in China. Tencent Games is part of Tencent Holdings, that's a Chinese multinational conglomerate.

Tencent was the only one to introduce the mobile version of PUBG MOBILE, and that by hook or by crook makes it a Chinese app. But again, the sport does now not have a Chinese origin. Also, barring the app, PUBG PC, and the console versions of the sport are not Chinese at all.

Is PUBG banned in India?

Now that it is clear that PUBG originated from South Korea, and now not China, users want not to worry. The authorities have not determined to position a ban on PUBG Mobile in India and gamers will be able to play the sport on their Android, iOS devices like before. As India Bans 59 Chinese Apps, Hilarious Memes Take Over Twitter; Netizens Say 'Maza Aa Gaya'

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