PUBG Mobile India launch latest update: Here's why this game has not come back yet
PUBG Mobile India launch: Even after many reports earlier hinted that PUBG Mobile will remain banned in India due to security concerns, millions of PUBG lovers in the country are waiting for the relaunch of PUBG Mobile India. Even after the ban (Since September 2020), PUBG Corporation had launched some teasers related to its comeback in India. However, till now, there is no update or any news on the re-launch of this most popular battle royale game in the county.
According to a report from DNA India, the central government officials have so far denied meetings with PUBG India officials. An RTI had revealed that the Ministry of Electronics and IT had not given any official clearance to PUBG India to relaunch the game.
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Why PUBG Mobile India game has not come back yet
Earlier in 2019, after the conflict on the Indo-China border, the central government restricted many Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile to operate in India. PUBG Mobile announced in November that the game would make a comeback. A website named PUBG Mobile India and a social media platform was prepared to communicate the gap between people. Many reports have revealed that the PUBG game globally remains the second highest-grossing game.
In the information sought under Right to Information, the Central Government has made it clear that PUBG Mobile has been banned permanently. The government has also made it clear that till now there have been no talks with the company to relaunch PUBG Mobile, the report said.
Also, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), a central organization working on the rights of children, has described PUB-G as dangerous for children.
Meanwhile, Tencent Games released the PUBG Mobile 1.2 update for the global version of the game last month. The PUBG Mobile 1.2 global version is available for download using the APK download link. PUBG Mobile 1.2 update weighs 615MB on Android and 1.5GB on iOS and it will be rolled out in a phased manner.