Tencent are set to return the publishing rights for pubg mobile in India to the original owners, BlueHole from October 30, 2020.
Due to the ongoing political unrest between India and China, the ministry of electronics and information technology issued an interim order banning more than 100 apps that is owned or developed by organisations with a Chinese background or ties to the country, citing data privacy and security issues.
Hence, the Indian PUBG Mobile scene has been in a limbo, with players not even able to compete in PMPL.
Tencent have now announced that they are ceasing all operations related to pubg mobile in India from October 30, which would mean users in india will no longer be able to log into it and play the game, even though it might be already installed in their devices.
It will be intriguing to see how all these updates map up on the road to reinstating the PUBG mobile scene in india.
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