The IT Ministry of India again banned 118 more applications. The most shocking part is the list includes the most famous PUBG Mobile. The news is revealed by Akhilesh Sharma, a Political Editor, and NDTV India anchor on Tweeter. As per him, the fresh list includes CamCard, Baidu, Cut Cut, VooV, Tencent Weiyun, Rise of Kingdoms, and Zakzak besides PUBG.
At the end of July, the Indian Government banned 47 Chinese applications and announced there were 275 more apps under the scanner including the famous battle royale mobile game PUBG. Let you know, this was the second phase.
A great percentage of people had faith in this game, no doubt. In fact, after this announcement the game authority changed their policies for the Indian players saying the data they collect from India stored nothing but in Indian servers. But, ultimately the game becomes history for Indians for now.
If you played PUBG at least once, then you definitely know there is a great investment of the Chinese firm Tencent to the PUBG Mobile version. Though, the original game is developed by Bluehole, a South Korean video game company.
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