PUBG may return in India; entry will be made again with new name. There is great news for those who play PUBG. Popular mobile game PUBG may make a comeback in India very soon. PUBG Mobile is in talks with Microsoft for a comeback in India. PubG Mobile will now be hosted on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. Its parent company has given this information.
PUBG Mobile developers have announced that they will launch a new game for Indian players called PUBG Mobile India. PUBG Mobile was banned by the Indian government in September and at the same time PUBG Corporation announced that it would withdraw the PUBG Mobile franchise from Tencent Games in Shenzhen, India.
The game company had announced that the game’s access to India will be discontinued for players from October 30, but still the game can still be accessed by many people, who installed it on their Android and iOS devices Already done.
PUBG may return in India
South Korean company Krafton Inc., which is the owner of PUBG Corp and which owns PUBG Mobile, has announced a deal. He has done this deal with American Technology. It has said that the product will be operated through Direct Crafton and its subsidiary company, which will host hosting on Microsoft’s cloud service.
Prior to Diwali, the Batter Royale game may announce a return to PUBG. It is reported that the company may start its marketing campaign in India before Diwali. Not only this, PUBG Corp can also make big announcements about its future in India. The new game will assure data security for players and follow local regulations. PUBG Corporation also says that there will be regular audits and verification on the storage system, which will ensure that Indian players’ personal information is protected.
PUBG Corporation plans to set up a local office, where it will employ more than 100 employees to enhance communications and services with players. Not only this, PUBG Corporation and parent company Crafton are planning to invest $ 100 million i.e. around Rs 7.4 billion to promote “local video game, e-sports, entertainment and IT industries” in India.