PUBG is likely to return to India after Krafton’s deal with Microsoft Azure that focuses on 'privacy and data security'
PUBG Corporation had cut its ties with Chinese publisher Tencent for PUBG Mobile in India and taken the rights under Krafton’s wings.
The title for the job is Corporate Development Division Manager - India and the location of the post says Delhi, India.
Despite PUBG Corporation taking over the publishing rights in India, the government will not revoke PUBG ban.
PUBG Corporation says it will take on all PUBG Mobile publishing responsibilities in the country.
20 percent of the profits made by the FAU-G game will be donated to the Bharat Ke Veer fund.
While responding to fans over the PUBG ban, Dosanjh said he would rather play SUB-G in the kitchen than playing the popular combat game
PUBG is a huge name in e-sports circles, and the banning of the app has been met with concern from the community, but E-sports Federation of India director Lokesh Suji downplayed the issue in a statement released on Wednesday.
India bans TikTok, SHAREit, UC Browser and 56 other Chinese apps: here's the full list of apps and what they do
The ban comes in the backdrop of the stand-off along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, is also applicable for messaging app WeChat and online streaming app Bigo Live, CAM scanner, among others
Deaths attributed to PUBG addiction are growing and so is the popularity of the game.
The boy allegedly banged his brother’s head against the wall and stabbed him repeatedly with scissors.
The 12-standard student died of a cardiac arrest after playing PUBG Mobile for six hours at a stretch.
Tencent will look into feedback and make adjustments over time as the feature is released globally.
TikTok and PUBG ban in India: Is it even constitutional? Strong regulations needed over arbitrary measures to address issue
PUBG and TikTok are just examples of new, immersive and disruptive activities in a rapidly evolving technological age. There are a variety of others on the horizon, such as virtual reality, augmented reality and driverless cars.
This will stop all people from playing PUBG, Fortnite and also stop any financial transactions related.
Rajkot police's letter seeks to be a comprehensive measure to refrain people from playing PUBG.
Parents in the UAE are of the opinion that games like PUBG have a "bad influence on youth".
Anything in excess can turn toxic — even oxygen. For kids, screen time needs to adapt to their age.
PUBG Mobile is apparently so addictive that it’s earned itself a ban in various districts.
PUBG mobile ban in Gujarat and arrests that followed have triggered a conversation around regulating gaming.
Tencent India offers to arrive at a "reasonable solution" to the ban of PUBG in Gujarat.