PUBB fans say emotional farewell to Battle Royale Game Shop in India

PUBB fans say emotional farewell to Battle Royale Game Shop in India

PUBG Mobile is banned in India. (Photo credit: PUBG Mobile Twitter / News 18)

The company has announced in a Facebook post that PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite will no longer work for gamers in India from October 30 (Friday).

  • ਨਿ 18 ਜ਼
  • Last updated: October 30, 2020, 8:38 p.m.
  • Follow us on:

Buzz staff

Everything is over.

Player Unknown Battlegrounds aka PUBG will no longer operate in India from Friday (October 30), the company announced growth in one Facebook post. This was revealed in an order issued by the Government of India in September following Pub Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite, which said that 118 apps had been banned by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology due to security threats from China. .

Tencent Games, which owns the mobile game, said on Facebook that it “deeply regrets this result” and thanked PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite fans in India for their support. The company also added: “Protecting user data has always been a top priority and we have always followed the data protection laws and regulations applicable in India. When our user’s gameplay information is disclosed in our privacy policy. Processed in a transparent manner. “

Also read: Who owns the pub? The Indians are looking into whether the Battle Royale game is Chinese or not

The statement further stated that Tencent PUBG Mobile is returning all rights to the developer of PUBG Corporation which is a subsidiary of Crafton Game Union.

The hugely popular multiplayer game saw an increase in the userbase in the ongoing epidemic. In fact, fans associated with professional gamers make up about 25 per cent of PUBG Mobile’s userbase in India.

READ  New toothless, two-fingered dinosaur species found | Science and technology news

The news that he didn’t expect to wake up, gamers took to Twitter to say an emotional farewell to a game that had been a long time companion for him.

Others resorted to memes to express their feelings.

The company’s announcement comes days after a post on LinkedIn by PUBG Corporation, the developer of PUBG Mobile, sparked speculation about the possible return of Battle Royale-style games to India.

About the author: Seth Grace

"Social media trailblazer. Music junkie. Evil student. Introvert. Typical beer fan. Extreme web ninja. Tv fanatic. Total travel evangelist. Zombie guru."

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *