PUBG BANNED IN INDIA?
PUBG Mobile game is not banned in India but now it is banned by the Indian army
PUBG Mobile game is available to download on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The Indian servers of PUBG game are working at 100 percent capacity.
The government of India banned 59 Chinese apps after the tension between India and China on the borders in Ladakh, the government officials said that these apps were threatening the country’s sovereignty, defense, and public order. TikTok, Shareit, UC Browser, Clash of Kings, and many more are in the list of 59 banned apps but the popular mobile game PUBG was not on the list.
Many people and the parents of some children have been asking the government to ban PUBG Mobile which is owned by Tencent Games, which is based out of Shenzhen, China. The answer to this question is that PUBG has not been banned because it is not a complete Chinese app.
PUBG Mobile game has been developed by the PUBG Corporation, PUBG Corporation is a subsidiary of Bluehole company, which is located in South Korea. After the primary achievement of the game, Tencent Games contacted PUBG Corporation to deliver a PUBG game in China. Soon after, when the PUBG game became successful in China, Tencent Games import the game to India.
DOES INDIAN ARMY BANNED PUBG?
Yes, the Indian army banned PUBG. They ask their personal not to play PUBG. The army banned some apps.
The list includes some of the popular apps in India, like- a social app like Facebook and Instagram, game app like PUBG, and also includes “all Tencent gaming apps, and “Private blogs”, apart from Chinese apps that have already been banned by the government such as TikTok, SHAREit, and UC Browser.
The ban is clearly because of the ongoing tension between India and China, this ban will only for the army personnel. They have to follow it.
Though, it isn’t the first time, some time ago the army has ordered a similar ban.
At the beginning of this year, the army gave a warning to their personal, who uses Facebook and WhatsApp. During that order, they are not allowed to carry smartphones into bases and dockyards as well as onboard warships.