PUBG Mobile which was banned in India by the government of India related to the data privacy of users is returning to India with Microsoft deal according to some sources. The date of release is not confirmed but PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal.
Global Cloud Service providers and South Korean both have united together to store the Indian users’ data within the country to calm down the government’s concern for the user data residency and security. PUBG Mobile is recently in communications with many Indian firms like telecom giant Airtel, SoftBank-backed to publish their game in India or it could be seen that PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal.
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Krafton, the parent firm of PUBG Corporations on November 7, 2020, announced its partnership with Microsoft and that can result in PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal. According to this deal, PUBG Mobile will be hosted on Microsoft Azule. Data privacy has always been a big concern so, now the company will work with Microsoft for the protection of personal data through Azule.
Initially, the PUBG game was published by the Chinese giant Tencent but after the ban of PUBG by the Indian government, the firm has cut publishing ties with Tencent in the country.
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PUBG Corporation has privately informed some high-profile streamers in the country about its comeback in India before the end of this year as PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal. Both sources are not authorized to speak to the press. PUBG Corporation did not respond to a request for comment “PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal” Thursday.
The companies who are trying to construct games similar to that of PUBG Mobile would have to face losses with the PUBG Mobile Returning to India with Microsoft Deal. With PUBG surfacing the Indian market more than 200 other Chinese apps which India had banned would also try to allay New Delhi’s concern by making changes to where they store their user’s data.