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PUBG Mobile Has Yet to Receive Government Approval For India’s Return

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Wondering when PUBG Mobile will return to India? After all, it was one of the most popular mobile games before it was banned almost three months ago. But this company divorced from Tencent Games also announced a $ 100 million investment in hopes that this ban would be lifted. He also talked about some India-centric gameplay changes for PUBG Mobile that will come with the relaunch. However, that was more than a month ago and according to the latest report, the government has yet to grant PUBG Mobile permission to offer eager users a delicious chicken dinner.

According to this report, the government has shared an official response to an RTI (Right to Information) app asking regarding PUBG Mobile’s return to India. The official statement, shared by Gem Esports in an Instagram post, states that “MeitY has not given any permission for the launch of PUBG.” MeitY, for those who don’t know, is this Ministry of Electronics also Information Technology of India.

The RTI request was submitted on November 30, a couple of weeks after PUBG Mobile shared its plan to return to India. The government responded on December 11, 2020, which is during the weekend. This means that the game has not yet been unlocked. But it also doesn’t mean it won’t be in the future. Until then, players are eagerly awaiting the game’s local alternative, FAU-G, which will be released very soon.

The report goes on to cite a PUBG Mobile official, who reveals that the game will not be removed anytime soon.

We don’t see the game returning to India in the next few months, at least not before March 2021. It’s sad, but everyone has to live with it, revealed this PUBG Mobile official. Unfortunately, this means that you won’t be able to enjoy the game. chicken dinner anytime soon. It will be a sweet surprise for the New Years’ if the game makes its official debut in India before the end of this year. However, the chances of that happening seem slim at the moment.

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