In his tweet GHATAK Wrote (Translated) “The Government of India did what it did with Chinese apps for national integrity.” Now, after the removal of Chinese elements from PUBGM, it is time for Indian eSports to regain their ground after facing a massive setback. So what’s the problem now? “
The Indian government did what they did about Chinese apps for national integrity. Nevertheless, with the Chinese element removed from PUBGM, it’s about time that the Indian esports scene regains its ground after facing the heavy setback it did. What’s the problem now? @GoI_MeitY
– Abhijeet Andhare (@TSMentGHATAK) February 11, 2021
GHATAK’s direct question to the government shows that he is not willing to wait any longer for PUBG Mobile’s return. Actually, there has been a lot of news on the return of PUBG Mobile for some time. Aside PUBG Corp. The announcement of PUBG Mobile India and MeiTY’s silence on the return of the game on the other hand has left the fans confused.
Recall that PUBG Mobile was banned in India in September 2020. The good thing is that recently, the government had permanently banned 58 apps including TikTok and PUBG Mobile was not named in this list. There have been several reports in the last few months that negotiations between the game’s parent company Krafton and the Government of India are on, but in response to some RTI, MeiTY said that there has been no interaction between the game company and the government. .
A report from InsideSport says that when asked for the publication, their ministry has said that PUBG Corporation’s withdrawal of India operations from Tencent Games is not enough to return the game. This shows that the government is very serious about the ban of the game and Krafton still has to work hard to get back.
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