PUBG Mobile India: PUBG Mobile players have been having a really hard time in India since rumours surrounding the game’s unbanning have piled up. Recently, Krafton Inc. posted a job opening on its LinkedIn profile for Senior Esports Consultant. The job posting was withdrawn a few hours later. The location of the job was Bengaluru, where the headquarters of PUBG Mobile India would be.
Earlier this month, Krafton Inc appointed Aneesh Aravind as the country manager of PUBG Mobile in India. After which, a team was also appointed. PUBG Mobile was served with a ban by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on September 2, 2020, under section 69A, leaving the gaming community with a huge void to fill.
Since then, a lot of developments surrounding PUBG Mobile’s comeback in India have taken place but nothing concrete enough to assure the game’s return.
On 12 November PUBG Mobile India was teased with a trailer asking the question all of us have been asking till now– PUBG kab aayega? In the following press release, the South Korean company also announced an initial investment of $100 million to build an eSports ecosystem in the country.
The game’s comeback was again teased by PUBG influencer when it was exclaimed by them that there is going to be a big surprise around Christmas. People were quick to believe those, only to be dejected when the PUBG didn’t relaunch in the country.
PUBG Mobile India has not been given any kind of permission from the Government of India regarding a relaunch. There has been no update on the game as of now, and no statement has been released by the government of India or PUBG Mobile Corporation about PUBG relaunch. So unless there is an official update from either of the two parties concerned, people are requested not to fall prey to the fake PUBG Mobile India APK links. They can choose to play the Korean version if they want.