The company also thanked fans of PUBG in India through a post on Facebook. Let us know that the government had banned about 118 apps in the country last month.
In India today i.e. from October 30, PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite will stop working completely. Mobile game-owned Tencent Games gave this information through a post. The company also thanked fans of PUBG in India through a post on Facebook. Let us know that the government had banned about 118 apps in the country last month. They also include Pabji. Though those who had PUBG game installed in their mobile, it was now working then, but will not do from today. Explain that the reason for banning these apps was the security threat from China.
PUBG Corp had expressed the possibility of withdrawal
Let us know that just a few days ago, PubG Corp, the developer of PubG Mobile, had posted a post on LinkedIn. In this, the company expected the return of Battle Royal-Stive Games in India. Now the company has announced that PubG Mobile will stop functioning in India completely from 30 October.
Protection of users’ data has been a priority
About 25 percent of pubic users in the country
Let us know that there are many users of PubG Mobile and PubG Mobile Lite in the country. The lockdown caused by COVID-19 saw a rapid increase in its number of users, but at the same time the government announced a ban on it in the country. The ban was also a setback for India’s game lovers, who constitute about 25 percent of PubG Mobile’s userbase.
Loss to the company due to ban
Let us know that the following day after the announcement of the ban on PUBG in India, the market value of this Chinese tech company fell by about 34 billion dollars (about 2,48,000 rupees). Please tell that Tencent used to earn the most from India through the PUBG Gaming App. India was on top in terms of most active users of this game.