Company’s big statement on PUBG Mobile’s return to India

There is still confusion about the return of PUBG Mobile. In a recent statement to a South Korean newspaper, Krafton CEO Chang Byung-gyu had said something for which Krafton had to issue a clarification. Chang’s statement about PUBG Mobile’s comeback seems like he definitely wants PUBG Mobile India to be launched soon, but he is feeling trapped in the ongoing tussle between India and China and the ban of the game For this, we are considering the Government of India as responsible. However, Krafton later clarified to Indian publications that the statement was being misunderstood.

In fact, in a statement to the South Korean newspaper Seoul Economic Daily, Krafton CEO Chang Byung-gyu said that (translated) “I sincerely wish (the game) to be relaunched as soon as possible. But this is our (Krafton’s) Not a problem, this is India’s problem. ” Krafton then went on to explain to some other Indian publications, including AFKGaming, that a representative of Krafton made it clear that his real statement was – (translated) “We are thinking of the Government of India on our next plan for PUBG in India and Awaiting a decision. “

Recently, Sean Hyunil Sohn, head of corporate development at Krafton, said at the India Gaming Conference 2021 that Akshat Rathee, co-founder and managing director of NODWIN Gaming, said (translated) “I am nothing at the moment Can tell, because we don’t know yet. But I can tell you that we Indian market is important to us and we care about it and this is one of the reasons why I want you and many other friends in the Indian gaming industry I know. So of course, we will work hard to get it done (possibly return). ”

When asked by AFKGaming who the statement is for PUBG Mobile, PUBG PC or PUBG: New State, Krafton stated that the company is currently working on a new app, designed specifically for India. This shows that the company is currently focusing on PUBG Mobile India.

Let us know that PUBG Mobile India was announced in November 2020 after PUBG Mobile Ban in India. Since then, the company has been trying to launch the game in India. Krafton has also decided to invest $ 100 million, or about Rs 730 crore in India, to promote the local video game, eSports, entertainment and IT industry.

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