PUBG Mobile may return to India again on Diwali

Recently, Chinese company Tencent shut down all its PUBG mobile servers in India. PUBG mobile ban was already done in the country, but the servers were running, now it has stopped functioning completely. According to the report received, PUBG Mobile may return to the country again. According to the report received, two sources have confirmed that PUBG Mobile is ready to return to India once again.

This report states that PUBG Mobile's parent South Korean company has been in discussion with global cloud service providers for the past few weeks. South Korean company is in discussion with cloud service providers to store consumer data locally in India. Currently, it has not been told which company will be tied up for this.

Reportedly, this gaming company has asked the country's high profile streamers to be prepared. It has been told that they can expect PUBG Mobile to return by the end of this year. PUBG Corporation has not yet released any official statement on the case. It is being hoped that at the end of this month it may announce its future plans in India during Diwali in the second week. It is worth noting that PUBG Mobile's parent South Korean Bluehole is now known as Krafton. This company is ending a partnership with Tencent for publishing PUBG Mobile in the country.

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