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Indian PUBG Mobile teams have started their practice on Korean version

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As PUBG Mobile gears up for a relaunch, several professionals have been left frustrated with the delay, causing them to switch to the Korean version for practice.

Announced 2 weeks ago, PUBG Corp had announced that it would be launching a brand new game under the banner of PUBG Mobile India exclusively for the Indian audience, with the anticipated launch date being in the first week of December. Several professionals and streamers like Dynamo, Kronten, Jonathan among others had uploaded teasers as well, yet the news regarding the relaunch has since gone cold.

Part of the reason could be approvals from the ministry and the logistical and technological challenges to make the new game compliant and completely independent from its predecessor. While PUBG India was registered as a company, it has been more than 20 days since the initial launch without much progress, which has forced the hands of the pros to continue practicing on the Korean version temporarily.

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With the news of the relaunch, several scrims and practice tournaments have also started popping up, with the likes of Villager Esports hosting full fledged practice scrims yesterday with all the top teams taking part. It remains to be seen when PUBG Mobile is officially back in India before such tournaments can be brought back.

List Of Teams Who Participated:

  • TSM Entity
  • Orange Rock
  • Galaxy Racer
  • Godlike
  • TeamIND
  • Fnatic
  • TeamXCrawlers
  • Marcos Gaming
  • TEAM TAMILAS
  • iNSANE
  • BRAWLERS
  • Future Station
  • Element Esports
  • No Rules Extreme
  • Reaper X
  • TEAM UP50
  • Team Ghost (IE)
  • KitKat

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