The South-Korean Company Krafton Inc. the owner of PUBG Corporations has joined its hands with Microsoft under which PUBG Mobile parent will host the game on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. The collaboration confirms the full care of the rights and the software will follow all the laws and regulations for PUBG Mobile.
Azure is Microsoft’s cloud service that permits the game creators to develop and run their games on a global scale. Privacy and security is the top-notch priority for Krafton parent of PUBG Mobile, the company will be allying with Microsoft to ensure that privacy rights are respected in full compliance with all the applicable laws and regulations with the help of Azure in PUBG Mobile.
PUBG Mobile is still the owner of popular battle royale mobile games providing Krafton to host products directly operated by the company, including PUBG on PC. According to one of the TechCrunch news, PUBG Mobile has secretly communicated with some streamers about its return to India by the end of this year. Official announcements about PUBG Mobile release are being speculated by Diwali.
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Krafton will also ally with the American tech-giant to develop a verification process to ensure the storage of personal information of its users. It has also promised to keep in mind the guidelines of each territory. PUBG Mobile Corporations has undone its ties with Chinese publisher Tencent for PUBG Mobile in India and has given the same rights to Krafton’s wings.
PUBG Corporations is also searching for a publisher in India for PUBG Mobile. It is being reported that it has contacted some Indian companies like Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio for the publishing rights and who can take over the operations of PUBG Mobile in India.
The Microsoft Azure deal can be considered as one of the signs ensuring the comeback of PUBG Mobile in India. Furthermore, information about PUBG Mobile release in India might be done to the companies by Diwali.