PUBG Mobile India Latest news- The Government of India is currently not in favor of the launch of PUBG Mobile India. The re-entry of the PUBG mobile game in India has now been jeopardised in India by the recent Union Minister Prakash Javadekar’s statement.
Tech786: Whether or not PUBG Mobile will enter the game in India, it is too early to comment on the matter at the moment. The game was also banned by the central government last year, including several Chinese apps, after which many rumors arose that the game would return again, but so far nothing like this seems to be happening. Now with the recent statement of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar, the future of PUBG and related games in India is in danger.
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Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sunday i.e. on occasion of National Science Day (28th February) said that many mobile games are violent, bold, addictive and create confusion in the minds of children and PUBG is one of them. It is clear from this that the Government of India is currently not in favor of the launch of PUBG Mobile India. There is a lot of waiting for the re-entry of the PUBG Mobile game in India.
Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar further said that the Gaming Center will conduct courses on VFX, Gaming and Animation, to create games of the country that promote the culture of our country. It is likely that these courses will be available only at the beginning of this year. The new Center of Excellence in Gaming will be created with the help of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B).
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Javadekar said during the opening ceremony of ‘Hum Khel-Khel Mein – An entire Maharashtra Toy / Game / Project Design Competition’ that we are on the advanced stage of preparation and this new session will start in 2021.
Talking about the vision of PM Modi, Javadekar said that our PM has great enthusiasm to maintain and promote Indian heritage and its values and our culture. PM Modi is making efforts to make the children and youth of India aware of the rich culture and tradition of the country. In today’s time, we can easily teach these values to children through technology.
Javadekar described Pabji as a violent and bold game and said that criticizing a game or other things related to it will not work. If we want to find a solution for this, then for that we have to prepare our own games and apps under Make in India. With this we can fill these things with the right values of our country through technology so that they will be adopted all over the world, because our culture is our identity.
This announcement cannot be considered final as to whether PUBG will come back to India or not. Whether or not the ban on PUBG will continue for the present, nothing can be said about this, but it can clearly be a sign that the mobile game which is most liked in the world may not return to India.
Now the thing is that even after such announcement by the Union Minister, it is not final that this game will be banned forever. This is because Pabji’s developers are still constantly trying to lift the ban on this game from the country’s government.
After the central government banned PUBG Mobile last year, PUBG Corporation has made many changes to entice the central government and players towards this game. The developers of PUBG ended the contact with Chinese company Tencent Games and then took approval from the country’s government in Bangalore to form an Indian subsidiary company.
The developers of the PUBG game are engaged in negotiations with the central government in the country and this is only causing confusion among the users. Now the central government is planning to create a Center of Excellence for Gaming, so that instead of violence in the game, Indian culture is promoted.
In India, the company released the teaser of PUBG Mobile India on its official website, which stated that the game will return soon, which has caused a lot of excitement among the players. In this game, instead of a blood spill, it seems to be a green hit and it is completely different when gamers play the game from the beginning. PUBG Corporation felt that two such new changes would be enough to change the views of the government. Talking about violence, there are many mobile games in the country which are based on violence and running smoothly. At the same time, violence is also seen in the FAU-G game launched by nCore Games in India on the occasion of Republic Day on 26 January, i.e. this game also promotes violence.
At the same time, this game has much less violence than the full-flag battle royal game PUBG Mobile or Call of Duty Mobile. At the moment, what the government of the country is looking for is not clear at all, but it is believed that PUBG will not come back in India.