PUBG to re-enter the Indian market with a new game plan. PUBG lovers rejoice at the news.

Mere months after being completely banned in the Indian subcontinent PUBG announces to return in India with the new game plan.

The game had a massive fan following in India. Many youngsters were detected when government and forced a ban on the popular mobile game PUBG. They will surely rejoice as the company plans to return India in a new avatar. PUBG belongs to aSouth Korean gaming firm who has decided to relaunch itself Hindi second-largest internet market if the World- India. This new game will be called PUBGmobile India.

The name itself suggests that this new game is specifically designed for Indian players. In addition, the parent firm Krafton also plans to starter office in India with more than 100 employees. They are ready to invest about 100 million USD in India. The company is thrilled by the Indian supporters of PUBG and their enthusiasm. They also plan to launch similar games that are specifically designed for India.

The exact words issued from Krafton are, “Thanks to overwhelming community enthusiasm for PUBG esports in India, the company also plans to make investments by hosting India-exclusive e-sports events, which will feature the biggest tournaments, the largest prize pools, and the best tournament productions.”

The government has banned PUBG on the grounds of privacy and security risks. PUBG Corporation has also made a statement that ensures the privacy and security of Indians. They have assured that the data will be protected with top priority. Regular audits and verifications of the service will be made to keep a check on data leaks or data stealers. The security will be installed and updated from time to time.

PUBGmobile hard about 50 million active users of Indian origin. The figure had to be the reason why the government issued a ban on the game as there was a huge amount of data at stake. PUBG's move can inspire other companies and the Government to do the same.

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