PUBG Mobile India latest update: Game is not coming back by New Year
It looks like the ban on the game is not getting revoked for a few more months at least and sources from PUBG have said that the matter is not getting resolved any time soon.
PUBG Mobile fans who are waiting for the battle royale to make a comeback, we have some bad news for you. According to a report from InsideSport, the PUBG Mobile India game is not coming back even by New Year. The PUBG Mobile India team has been chasing MeitY officials for the last 30 days and are yet to secure a meeting with them.
It looks like the ban on the game is not getting revoked for a few more months at least and sources from PUBG have told InsideSport that the matter is not getting resolved any time soon.
According to an official who has been closely following the developments on PUBG's end, the efforts made by PUBG were “earnest” but there has been no “headwind or progress” in the matter. The game is not making a comeback in India for the next few months, at least not before March 2021, the official said.
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Earlier reports have mentioned that the ministry is not ready to give PUBG the permissions to comeback yet and it is not going to be easy by the looks of it.
A recent report in The Telegraph stated that there was a meeting held to discuss the return of the battle royale where the The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) said that it is not in the favour of recommending such games like PUBG in the country.
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PUBG Mobile has been working on getting the right permissions and trying to allay the ministry's security concerns so as the game can make a comeback including a partnership with Microsoft Azure to host the game on its cloud. We'll just have to wait till March it seems, at least.
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