PUBG Mobile has ended access for clients in India from 30 October. The move comes two months after New Delhi prohibited the game over cybersecurity concerns. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) prohibited the applications, including PUBG and proceeded to express that the applications “engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, the security of state and public order”. Notwithstanding, as indicated by a report in TechCrunch, dissimilar to other influenced applications that got inaccessible within days, PUBG Mobile stayed open for clients who previously had them installed on their gadgets. The report added that PUBG Mobile had actually, held in excess of 90% of its monthly active clients in the nation.

PUBG has now taken to its authority Facebook account to declare that so as to follow the interim order of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology dated 2 September 2020, Tencent Games will end all service and access for clients in India to PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik and PUBG MOBILE Lite (together, “PUBG Mobile”) on October 30, 2020.

They added that the rights to publish PUBG Mobile in India will be gotten back to the proprietor of the PUBG intellectual property.

The post proceeded to add that protecting clients has consistently been a top priority and PUBG Mobile has consistently assembled with pertinent information assurance laws and guidelines of the nation.

Expressing that all clients’ gameplay information data has been handled in a straightforward way as unveiled in their privacy policy, PUBG uncovered that they deeply lament the result and said thanks to players for their help and love.

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