PUBG Mobile Not Working In India, People Reacting To Ban With Memes

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The popular battle royale game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” that’s better known as PUBG Mobile not working in India from October 30.

Both PUBG Mobile Global and PUBG Lite Global won’t be working in India. In the last month, both the apps were amongst the 118 apps that were banned by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. The reason for apps getting banned because they were prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India.

This move shook the whole PUBG Mobile community in India. Shortly after, PUBG Corporation published a statement declaring that it no longer approved the PUBG Mobile franchise in India to Tencent Games, and attained over the publishing rights in the country. This caused flickers of hope of this famous battle royale title PUBG Mobile making its come back in the country.

News about the PUBG Corporation bringing PUBG Mobile back in India was on rounds. As the LinkedIn job posting further backed up this claim.

Pubg Mobile Terminates All its Services for India

Even though the two games were removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Still, players were able to play through several other means.

And on October 30, 2020, Pubg Mobile declared in a Facebook post that it no longer will be working for the Indian users. We don’t know how long but the termination will be for at least one month for sure.

The announcement has given rise to several responses on social media with people sharing memes bidding it farewell.

Let’s see how Netizens reacted to the announcement:

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