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PUBG Mobile all set to come back to India in a new avatar

PUBG Mobile all set to come back to India in a new avatar

PUBG Corp. on Thursday said it is making a comeback to India with a game specially created for the Indian market. The company also plans to create an Indian subsidiary and invest $100 million to cultivate the local video games, esports, entertainment, and IT industries. The Indian company will hire over 100 employees specializing in business, esports and game development.

PUBG said that data of Indian players is a top priority of the company and it will conduct regular audits and verifications on the storage systems holding Indian users’ personally identifiable information to ensure that data is secure and safely managed. However, the company did not reveal the date of the launch. It took to social media platforms with the poster of the game and wrote ‘Coming Soon’.

Recently, Krafton Inc, the parent company of PUBG partnered with Microsoft to move all the PUBG Mobile data to its cloud service, Azure. There were speculations about PUBG’s comeback since then. Before the ban in September, the game had over 50 million monthly active users in India, making it one of the biggest markets for the company.


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