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    “WE HEAR YOU” – PUBG Mobile. PUBG Mobile All Set To Make A Come Back In India

    PUBG never fails to give some piece of good news to mobile gamers every day. PUBG Mobile was one of the 118 Chinese apps that got banned by the Indian government in September over national security concerns. As of now, reports state that PUBG mobile India will be officially launched in the first week of December, although PUBG corporation is yet to make an official statement about the same. It is to be noted that the release of the Indian version of PUBG will only take place once the approval is received from the Government of India.

    As per reports, on 24th November a notification has been sent to the review team of the google play store which puts further a request to expedite the process of publishing PUBG Mobile India as soon as the developers upload it. As per sources the company is now registered with the ministry of corporate affairs along with paid-up capital of Rs.5 lakhs and authorized capital of Rs.15 lakhs as a subsidiary of a foreign company. The company is now listed on the ministry’s website with a valid CIN (Corporate Identity Number). It is registered in Bengaluru, there are chances that the company might make Bengaluru its headquarters for the Indian subsidiary of PUBG corporation. Since the company has been registered only the launch remains, which is to be expected soon.

    PUBG corporation states that after making a comeback in the gaming realm it would make an investment worth $100 million into a new company which would serve as the Indian subsidiary of the PUBG corporation. The PUBG corporation said, their Indian subsidiary will be hiring over 100 employees specializing in business, game development, and esports. Allegedly the company has decided to go solo in India after facing rejection from its potential candidates.

    As per reports, initially, the Indian version of PUBG will be available for android users only. The company might release the game for IOS users later on after a few days.

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