PUBG Mobile Indian: Online Gaming has drastically increased the scope of gaming culture. These games are very popular among the youths, many children and youths spend a lot of time in the virtual gaming and enjoy that virtual world.
Ever since its conception, PUBG mobile has seen a gradual rise in the number of users. People are spending average 3-4 hours on that app and the game has amassed massive number of fans worldwide and it has found a special place in the hearts of many Indian users.
Due the tensions between Indian-Chinese soldiers in Galwan valley the ministry of electronics and IT has banned the game with 117 other Chinese mobile applications. It has disheartened many game lovers and left them in the state of worry. The major reason cited behind this was the transmitting and stealing of private data of the Indian users in an unauthorized way to servers outside India.
After releasing some teasers on Facebook and Instagram pages of PUBG mobile, it is now very certain that’s its Indian version is coming soon, on 12 November PUBG mobile company has announced a PUBG mobile Indian version.
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The company has also stated that it will establish a branch in India and now many users are in the state of euphoria. The app developers are also setting up a new website for the Indian version the Google play store has also showed the new icon and download option for a very brief time.
The new version of the PUBG mobile is completely secure and free from the threat of data stealing because according to a report PUBG and TERA has tied up with Microsoft Azure. It is really a big development as per the security concerns. Microsoft Azures manage the computing and storages of resources in its data centres and that keeps the user’s data and information completely secure.
The secure and safe storage of user information will ensure PUBG MOBILE INDIA a great comeback and it will also achieve a grand success, the Chinese entity also being cut off from the Indian market and PUBG tying up with Microsoft has cleared its path in India.