‘PUBG Mobile’ to stop access for users in India from Friday


Guarding user data has evermore been the highest preference, PUBG Mobile said while proclaiming the end of all its service and access in India.

In India, PUBG Mobile declared the new alteration through its official Facebook page. This was announced on Oct. 30 while terminating the access for all PUBG users in India commencing Friday.

The transit originates almost two months following the government outlawed the highly familiar fighting royale game. This is with its portable PUBG Mobile Lite variant and additional 116 apps in early September.

Some applications can be accessed on various sites through Google Browser, which can not access through the Play Store on Android and App Store on iOS. The termination made the evacuation of PUBG Mobile and PUBG Lite version from Google Play. And also in Apple App Store in India.

Both two games continued accessible for users who previously had them installed on their smartphones. Most maximum of the other forbidden apps that all grew inaccessible after the prohibition was commanded in the country.

Tencent Games to be banned

In India, PUBG Mobile declared through its Facebook page that the current publishing and merchandising comrade of the game named Tencent Games in the country would annul all of its service and accessibility for users in India to both PUBG Mobile Nordic Map: Livik and PUBG Mobile Lite.

PUBG Mobile also said that they were always insisting on protecting users’ data. This has been their supreme preference in India. Also, I always complied with appropriate data security laws and ordinances in India. All users’ gameplay data is concocted understandably and transparently as confessed in their privacy policy.

Outlaws to ban Tencent Games’ PUBG Mobile

India forbade top applications such as PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite and other apps with their links to China. The prohibition was forced under section 69A of the Information Technology Act and was extended in the country’s interest of autonomy and uprightness.

“This move will safeguard the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users,” the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology had said in a press release announcing the ban in September.

Deep regret for the aforementioned outcome

Quickly following the restraint came into order by the government, PUBG Corporation declared that it had chosen to allow the PUBG Mobile no longer and shorten portable version in India and controlling all of its publishing obligations within India. Despite this, it didn’t help draw any revisions to the ban.

As a consequence of the most advanced change, PUBG Mobile apps will completely be unavailable in India. However, It is not clear whether users would play the game using a virtual private network.

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