Pubg Mobile And Pubg Mobile Lite To Shut Down All Servers And Access In India From Today


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PubG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were banned by the government last month, but even then, people whose phones had already downloaded PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite, they can easily use the app Were able to use Now today i.e. after 30th October, Indian users will not be able to use PubG Mobile and PubG Mobile Light in any case. This information has been given by PubG India itself through a Facebook post.

Pubg Announced on Facebook

PUBG Mobile wrote in a Facebook post, ‘Dear Fans, Tencent Games is going to discontinue all its services and access to India on 30 October 2020 following an interim order from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on 2 September 2020. Safety of user data has always been our top priority and we have always complied with the applicable data security laws and regulations in India. We are very sorry to leave here. Thank you all.

Removed vacancy for Indian office at Linkedin

Let us know that PUBG Corporation has recently posted on Linkedin for the Indian Office for the post of Corporate Development Division Manager. Five years of experience has been sought for this job. Last month, in September itself, PUBG Corporation, the company that developed the PUBG game, has decided to break away from China’s Tencent Games. Since then, there were reports of Pabji’s return to India.

Tencent losses Rs 2.48 lakh crore due to the ban in India

In India, Tencent had a loss of Rs 2.48 lakh crore due to the ban of PubG and Mobile Light. PUBG was launched in India in the year 2018 and by the time it was banned in 2020, it had the highest number of users in India. India accounted for 24 percent of the world’s total users.

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