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Sunday, November 8, 2020

PUBG Lover Joy: PUBG could make a comeback in India, the company will host with Microsoft Cloud

 There is good news for you if you are a PUBG lover.  Popular mobile game PUBG may make a comeback in India soon.  PUBG Mobile is in talks with Microsoft for a comeback in India.  PUBG Mobile will now be hosted on Microsoft's cloud platform.  Her parent company has provided this information.

 The central government banned the app as it posed a threat to cyber security and the country's sovereignty.  Even then, PUBG announced that the game would make a comeback in India.

 South Korean company Crafton Inc. is the owner of PUBG Corp.  It owns the rights to PUBG Mobile.  He has announced a deal.  The company has struck a deal with American Technology.  The product will be operated through DirectCrafton and its subsidiary, which will be hosted on Microsoft's cloud service.

 According to media reports, PUBG may make a comeback before Diwali.  The company may launch its marketing campaign in India before Diwali.  Not only that but it can also make big announcements for the future in India.

 A few days ago, PUBG Mobile announced the complete closure of all its services in India.  At the time, the company said that the security of users' data was a priority for the company.  The company said it already complies with data and security regulations in India.

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