PUBG Ban in India brings bigger opportunities to Indian gaming firms and Global firms to come together

The last week on 3rd September, The government of India banned over 100 Chinese apps including very popular game PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile lite as due to Tencent Holding has Chinese Community back-end and Indian data servers’ are located outside of India.

Due to Indian user’s privacy and severity regarding national security IT act, there games including other 118 others Chines applications are blocked at Indian IP, VPN. You may not access banner apps over any Indian IP or telecom providers. There applications are pulled out from Google Play Store.

The ban on popular gaming PUGB could bringing a biggest opportunity to boost the Indian gaming firms and Global gaming firms come together and made best of games to promote in India as retain boost in their domestic market share said Rajan Nivani Jetsynthesys.

Some Domestic developers in India such as Octro, Nazara and 99games will have an opportunity for India is to get into areas which will share the future of gaming in India and bring it to at global competition level.

Indian companies will be the biggest profit of this ban to show their talents in developing casual games to attract popular gamers who play a few hours a day will just shift to others global games as impact of the ban.

FAU-G Game India

Vishal Gondal, co-founder of nCore Games announced the launch of an new India themed action packed multiplayer game, Fau-G last week an “Indian IPs will work well in India said Gondal who has earlier founder India games which he sold to Disney.

On 5th September , In collaboration with Akshay Kumar, A Bollywood star announced a Indian PvP multiplayer game called “FAU-G as Fearless and United Guards” reveals the scarifies of our Indian soldiers and Galvan Valery map will be first Map in this game, coming out this October on Android and iOS platform.

After PUBG ban also opens the more opportunities to global games like Garena Free Fire and Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty: Mobile.

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