The PUBG Corporation has announced that its smash-hit mobile game is making its comeback in the Indian subcontinent soon. The game was banned in the country, along with 200 other apps recently due to cybersecurity concerns.
The organization behind the battle royale game has been quick in its efforts to bring back the game in the country. But the company has said that the game making its landfall in India is created specifically for the Indian market. It will be interesting to see what changes have been affected to enhance the gaming experience for Indian gamers. On top of this, the new version of the game will address the Indian government’s local regulations.
The PUBG Corporation had to cut ties with Tencent – which had the publishing rights for the game earlier. Now, it has collaborated with Microsoft to move all PUBG Mobile data to Azure and store it locally within India. Microsoft has three cloud regions in the Southeast Asian country.
“With privacy and security of Indian player data being a top priority for PUBG Corporation, the company will conduct regular audits and verifications on the storage systems holding Indian users’ personally identifiable information to reinforce security,” said the PUBG Corporation in a statement. The company’s parent company, Krafton Inc, is reportedly planning to invest $100 million in India to give games, esports, and the IT industry a push.
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