An Indian has been appointed as the Country Head for PUBG Mobile India. According to the information, Krafton Incorporation, the parent company of PUBG India, has appointed Aneesh Arvind as the new country manager for India.
Tech786: On 2nd September 2020, 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 almost 2 month of the withdrawal announcement by PUBG corporation and New Year 2021 has also come but it has not been released yet.
What’s Currently Going On about PUBG Mobile India?
In fact, recently, in response to a recently filed RTI, MEITY had made it clear that PUBG Mobile is not currently allowed to operate in India. After this, PUBG Mobile has taken a big step and recently appointed Anish Arvind as its Country Manager in India. Let us tell you that Anees Arvind has more than 15 years of experience and has also worked with many other companies including Tencent.
Despite the banning of the game app, the creation of a local company in India by PUBG and now the appointment of a country manager has raised expectations among PUBG game lovers.
Prior to Krafton Inc, Anees has also worked in technology, telecom energy and other retail sectors. In previous companies too, he has proved his skills in his skill, business management and product strategy. In fact it is being seen as a positive development for PUBG Mobile.
Registration started for PMCO Spring Split 2021
Meanwhile, news is also that registrations for PUBG Mobile Club Open 2021 Spring Split have started from 1 January 2021 and will be closed on 24 January 2021. Let us tell you that last year there were many events in PUBG Mobile, in which many teams were involved. Now these top 16 will compete in the PMGC finals from January 21 to 24 January 2021.
According to the information received, in 2021, there will be 7 more pro leagues for specific regions. The new regions in which PUBG Pro League will also be organized in future include the Commonwealth of Independent States, Territories, Turkey, Western Europe, North America, Latin America and Brazil.