Diwali bonus is all set to release in the pandemic season. And for PUBG lovers, the Diwali bonus can be doubled if reports are to be believed. PUBG was the most popular game among youth in India. Its sudden ban from India has shocked the entire gaming industry. However, conflicts between India and China made the ministry ban many Chinese apps. IT Ministry banned this popular game on 4 September concerning national security reasons.
PUBG mobile and mobile lite had mobile servers of Tencent Games in China. PUBG has originally been developed in South Korea and they distributed servers to Tencent. But, Blackhole of South Korea has now taken up the charge to provide Indian servers for the PUBG Mobile game.
Diwali Bonus Relaunch
Diwali campaign has been planned well with the relaunch of PUBG Mobile with Indian servers. The official rights of PUBG Mobile India have been retained now. Nothing can be a better Diwali gift than PUBG Mobile to the Indian game lovers. A recent report suggests that Krafton, the parent company of PUBG has made a deal with America’s Mircosoft.
Krafton has announced that it has inked a global partnership with Microsoft. “With privacy and data security being a top priority for Krafton, the company will be working with Microsoft to ensure personal data protection through Azure,” said Krafton.
PUBG Comeback Norms in India
The comeback would be scrutinized with national security in parallel with data and privacy concerns. However, an official nod by PUBG corporation is still not announced. Earlier, PUBG had 50 million users all over India. The game’s comeback can again hit the gaming ecosystem of India. The live streamers and online gaming hub can be back in action.
So, let’s wait and see whether this report can be the actual striking nerve of Indian PUBG lovers.
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