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Why PUBG Mobile isn’t in the list of 59 Chinese apps ban by Gov of India

PUBG mobile becomes of the most popular multiplayer battle royal smartphone game. Meanwhile, yesterday the Ministry of Electronics and information technology banned 59 Chinese application due to India china border tension. Meanwhile, there was a lot of queries have been floating around, suggesting why PUBG mobile isn’t a list when the game is aquire by Tencent.

Therefore, there was people start thinking about why PUBG mobile hasn’t been banned by the Government of India. Therefore, this game seems to be facing a lot of criticizing in the past as well most likely, and the game seems to be quite popular in India so far.

IS PUBG MOBILE IS A CHINESE GAME OWNED BY TENCENT!

On twitter today, the hashtag #PUBGBan was trending for quite a bit, and people want to ban PUBG mobile. This is because there was no clear information about the game has been available, and people were not aware of. Not to mention, this game was quite addicted, especially in childer across the nation.

We have also reported some death reports, and there were some FIR also registered. Hence, the game isn’t banned in India. The real question appears to be is PUBG mobile is a Chinese game. This clearly seems to be not because the game was also get banned in China and the game was later launched with a rebranded Game for peace in China.

Obviously, the Tencent games have highly invested in the game, but the origin of PUBG mobile was not china. To Explain in depth hence the Paytm and Byju’s was developed in India, but it was invested by Chinese firmware. The primary target is to ban the Chinese app that could potentially risk the user data and other things against Indians.

PUBG mobile origin was South Korean, not china. Initially, the game was released for Desktop and console. After getting investment from Tencent games, the game arrives on the Mobile platform including Android and iOS. Currently, it is unclear that it will also be going to ban those apps that likely to harvesting India consumer data.

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