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PUBG Mobile to comeback in India, Tencent to terminate all services

PUBG Mobile to comabck in India

PUBG Mobile is working progressively to comeback once again in Indian market. Working on the same direction, Tencent Games servers will be going offline from 30th October onwards, as confirmed by PUBG Mobile in their official Facebook page and Discord servers.

Even after Government of India banned the PUBG Mobile on September 2, 2020, the game servers are accessible in India and the battle royale game is easily playable for Indian users.

This is because the Tencent Games servers is still online in India but with effect from 30 October 2020, they will terminate all service and access for users in India.

In the Facebook post, the company said, “To comply with the interim order of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology dated September 2, 2020, Tencent Games will terminate all service and access for users in India to PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik and PUBG MOBILE Lite (together, “PUBG Mobile”) on October 30, 2020.”

PUBG Mobile Return in India

Yes, PUBGM possibly planning to return very soon in Indian market without Tencent Games. Tencent servers’ termination is also a step in the same direction.

PUBG Mobile Facebook post
PUBGM Facebook Post

In Facebook post company said, “The rights to publish PUBG MOBILE in India will be returned to the owner of the PUBG intellectual property.”

This means the company is planning to re-publish the PUBGM game in India with their own servers, that’s why they have decided to terminate all existing Tencent servers in India.

As soon as Government banned PUBGM in India, the company announced that they are going break its partnership from Tencent to comeback in India.

It seems Bluehole (parent company of PUBG) is going to make a complete separate PUBG app exclusively for Indian users with local servers.

PUBGM has a massive fan following in India and prior to ban the game has 33 million active user which contribute nearly 24% of their total user base, much more higher than any other country in the world.

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