PUBG may not return to India despite Tencent licence withdrawal 

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PUBG fans in India might never get a chance to play the game again. According to reports, the odds of PUBG making a comeback in India are dire even after the company took over the publication rights for the game from Chinese Tencent .

In the second wave of Chinese apps ban in India, PUBG and 117 other apps were banned by the Indian government. However, when PUBG took away the publishing rights from Tencent, fans were hopeful that they would get the game back, but that doesn’t seem to be happening anytime soon.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology had said in a statement that he was in no rush to bring the game back to India. “The violent nature of the game has been the source of many complaints from all sides. This does not change with the change in property rights, ”Reuters said, citing a source.

Announcing its dissociation from Tencent, PUBG Corp said, “In light of recent developments, PUBG Corporation has made the decision to no longer license the PUBG MOBILE franchise to Tencent Games in India. Going forward, PUBG Corporation will take on all publishing responsibilities in the country. As the company explores ways to deliver its own PUBG experience to India in the near future, it is committed to doing so by supporting a localized and healthy gaming environment for its fans.

It is important to note that PUBG Mobile has been banned in India but not on the web or the console version of the gaming platform.

According to reports, the odds of PUBG making a comeback in India are dire even after the company took over the publishing rights for the game from Chinese Tencent.

News Highlights:

  • PUBG fans in India might never get a chance to play the game again
  • Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in a statement he was in no rush to bring the game back to India
  • PUBG along with 117 other apps have been banned by the Indian government due to national security concerns.

Source: twitter.com/indiatoday

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