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PUBG REPLY TO INDIA GOVERNMENT PUBG Ban : Tencent reaches out to the Indian gaming community on PUBG ban

 PUBG Ban : Tencent reaches out to the Indian gaming community on PUBG ban


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PUBG ban in India has literally shook the promoters Tencent. The ban has caused Tencent to lose nearly $34 billion, as the stock traded 3% lower, this being its second-largest dip since the company lost $66 billion when USA banned we chat.

After releasing a statement on Thursday and declaring that ‘we want to work with the Indian government to revoke the decision’, according to the sources, Tencent has reached out to the Indian gaming community to deliberate on the way forward.

Village esports, TSM|Entity, Global Esports, and Fanatic all have individually confirmed during one of the panel on ‘Future of Indian Gaming’ that Tencent has reached out to them.

Both Tencent & Indian Gamers are hurt by the ban. Without any doubt, the ban has put Indian esports organizations also in a dilemma, with PUBG Mobile Pro League – Fall Split 2020: South Asia(PMPL) around the corner, thousands of dollars on the line along with the livelihood of thousands of professional and aspiring pro players.

According to the industry big-wigs, the Pro-Gamers are the worst hit and are caught in this crossfire.

All of them confirmed that Tencent has reached out to them and they are working on a solution to un-ban the game.

As we all know that the Government of India has banned 118 Chinese mobile app list, including PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile Lite, Baidu, WeChat, to welcome these proposals for the "sovereignty and security" of the country . Can be encountered. Earlier, at the end of June, India banned 47 apps from China, including Tiktok, and then African-origin apps at the end of July. The government has cited national security behind this decision.


The news of banning PUBG Mobile is a piece of very bad news for its FANS in India. As a result, so many masterminds tried to access this after hiding behind the VPN. There are some tech geeks too who tried to test the Indian Government’s work. Their results are very much satisfied as it seems the blocking is made by the device ID, not the IP address.

What is a VPN?

The acronym VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. As the name implies, it provides users with a virtual network that is private so that they can connect to the internet in a way that is safe and secure. Essentially, the ultimate goal of a VPN is to keep your private information private.

Can Access PUBG Mobile?

Besides, by following the order of the Indian Government, the Internet Service Providers like Vodafone Idea, Airtel, and others are also blocking the access of PUBG Mobile. The PUBG Mobile app will be removed from the Google Play Store from 2-3 days, as well as the Apple Store. So, almost all the possibilities of using PUBG Mobile in India are under surveillance by the IT department of the Indian Government.

We happily welcome the step taken by the Indian Government and also recommend all the users to stay away from using these apps. We fully understand it’s not easy to retreat addictions but we need to try

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