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    PUBG Mobile may return in India as PUBG corp pulls back association from Tencent Games in country

    As a part of the latest developments, the corporation has announced that PUBG Mobile will no longer be controlled by Tencent Games in India and the South Korea company will take the full charge of all the subsidiaries

    Days after government has banned PUBG Mobile game, the original internal gaming brand, PUBG Corporation, under Bluehole has come out with an official statement that it would no longer authorize the PUBG mobile franchise to Tencent Games in India.

    According to PUBG corp, it is aware of the whole situation and is actively looking into the entire issue around the ban.

    As a part of the latest developments, the corporation has announced that PUBG Mobile will no longer be controlled by Tencent Games in India and the South Korea company will take the full charge of all the subsidiaries.

    This means that if PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds won’t be associated with China’s Tencent Games and is entirely controlled by PUBG Corporation, it can soon be unbanned in India as it won’t be associated with China in any way. 

    Last week, the Indian government released an order to ban 118 Chinese apps in the country including the highly popular battle royale game, PUBG Mobile.

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