Good News for Indian Fans, PUBG Mobile Comeback soon


Krafton finally signs a deal with Microsoft to protect users’ data. South Korean company Krafton, also known as the parent company of PUBG Corporation, has finally signed a deal with Microsoft cloud computing services, Azure, to protect user’s data.

The PUBG mobile servers will now be handed over to Krafton by Tencent (a China-based company) on October 30, 2022. After this deal, there is a very good chance that PUBG will be launched in India soon. The Indian government banned 116 apps in September, including PUBG Mobile Lite. Hundreds of Chinese apps were banned in India in early September due to tensions over LAC between India and China.

Previously, all mobile servers were managed by Tencent Games, a company based in China. According to Indian government reports, this ban was only due to Indian users’ data privacy and security. If the users’ data has remained in the country, then there is no problem.

There are millions of PUBG fans in India and they are all desperately waiting for the game to return. If all this appears to be true, PUBG India will be returning by the end of this year.

Updated: April 11, 2022 — 9:14 pm

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