- Maxtern Claims PUBG Mobile India may announce on Christmas: See Full Report
Tech786: In September, 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile were banned by the Indian government, after which there was a lot of disappointment among all PUBG seekers. After this, after a long gap of two months, finally PUBG Corporation created a silver lining for all the PUBG lovers official announcement of PUBG’s return to India on 12 November 2020. After this, all the players wait for when it will be finally launched. But even after one month of the withdrawal announcement by PUBG corporation, it has not been released yet.
In the previous article, we had discussed in detail that why is there so much delay in launching the game? Below are the links from which you can read that vertical.
Right now a news is going viral on social media very fast, in fact, Sagar Thakur, known as Maxtern, tweeted a tweet. During this, he told that according to his source, there may be an announcement on Christmas about the Indian version of PUBG Mobile.
Maxtern Claims PUBG Mobile India may announce on Christmas
PUBG Mobile’s famous content creator said:
“According to some insider sources: The announcement related to PUBG Mobile India could be done by the officials on Christmas. Let’s hope it’s right! Source: People close to the internal team. “
Apart from this, Professional Castor and YouTuber Ocean also wrote in response to the tweet that their sources are the same. In response, Maxtern also agreed.
Earlier, Maxtern had said that a few selected Indian players would be given the game’s APK file. However, the servers were not working. He later deleted his tweets.
— Maxtern (@RealMaxtern) December 12, 2020
A teaser was also revealed after the announcement where Dynamo, Kronten and Jonathan were seen. Apart from this, Indian website was also created.
What’s Recent Update about PUBG Mobile India launch?
According to a recent report by InsideSport, PUBG recently requested for a meeting with the Government of India Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to resolve the regulatory issues as soon as possible and operate the game in India. To get permission to do. But the ministry has not responded to this yet, which is very disappointing news for PUBG.
In the same report, it has been clearly disclosed by quoting sources in the ministry, “At present, PUBG is not allowed to operate in India, no ban entity can be allowed to form a new company. If this happens, Tik-Tok and other companies will also try to do the same. To operate in India, a fresh permission grant has to be made from MEITY, without the ministry’s permission it cannot be operated. “