PUBG Mobile was finally removed from Google Play and App Store

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PUBG Mobile has been removed from the Google Play and Apple App Store and is no longer available for download on both platforms. Recall that on Wednesday, the Government of India banned PUBG Mobile and other 117 Chinese-origin apps in India. While writing the news, PUBG Mobile or PUBG Mobile Lite is working for those who already have it downloaded. Currently, it is not known how long these two games will work on the devices in which they are already installed.

Earlier on Friday, Tencent said that the company is in talks with the government to bring PUBG back on the mobile platform. India is one of the largest markets for PUBG Mobile, with more than 50 million daily active users, although the revenue share is very small. Even PUBG Mobile was being played more and more in the ongoing lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic in India. Through this, the youth were living in their homes and spending time with their friends and it was becoming a way of digital interaction.

The IT ministry on Wednesday issued a press statement announcing a ban on Chinese apps in the country. The statement said the ban was “imposed after receiving numerous complaints from various sources, including several reports about the misuse of several mobile apps available on Android and iOS, including unauthorized access to users’ data in India. Sending to outside installed servers was also included. The government claims that the banned apps are “dangerous to the sovereignty and integrity of the country”.

However, apart from this, another interesting news has emerged for Indian mobile gamers. On Friday, a new mobile game FAU-G has been announced in India, which is being developed by the Indian-origin game company. It will be a native PUBG mobile option, to be published by Bengaluru-based nCore Games. Twitter has been used by Indian sports industry giant Vishal Gondal and actor Akshay Kumar to promote the FAU-G game. FAU-G (colloquially speaking military) will be known as Fearless and United-Guards and the tweets promoting the game say it is 20 per cent of its revenue from the government’s fund-raising initiative ‘Bharat Ke Veer’. Will donate to However, there is no word on when FAU-G will be released. It is also unclear whether the game will be limited to mobile devices only, or a PC version will also be released.

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