PUBG ban: There may be 275 apps in India including PUBG ban

PUBG ban: There may be 275 apps in India including PUBG ban

PUBG ban: There may be 275 apps in India including PUBG ban, steps will be taken because of data privacy

Hello friends, the Government of India recently banned 59 Chinese apps. After this, once again, clones of some apps have started appearing on the Playstore. Because of this, the government has once again decided to ban 47 Chinese app clones. Most of the old apps have been cloned in these apps.


Sad news for PUBG players:

If you are also fond of PUBG, then this news may be sad for you. After the TikTok, the Indian government is even banning PUBG, another favorite app of most people. After banning 59 Chinese apps on 29 June 2020, the Indian government decided to ban clones of 47 Chinese apps.


In this list, apart from PUBG, there are other apps included:

According to the reports, after the ban of 59 apps in India, 275 more such apps are also on the government’s radar. The list is topped by names such as PUBG, Xiaomi, and Alibaba, as well as apps from many Chinese companies, including bytedance, unlike, capcut, faceU, meitu, LBE, tech, perfect corp, sina corp, yoozoo global and Netease games.


Know where the PUBG game developed:

The PUBG game is a South Korean online video game, and the game was created by Battleground, a subsidiary of Blue Whale. It holds a significant stake in China’s largest video game publisher, Tencent. Users become soo addict to this game that they have had to lose their lives in the objection for this game.


Parents and guardians raised many demands from the government to ban this game. According to a report, 60 million people downloaded PUBG mobile in the first quarter of 2020. In May, PUBG Mobile became the world’s highest profitable mobile game with a $226 million revenue.


Privacy Front PUBG app does not come: PUBG ban

The privacy policy of PUBG Game Mobile is also like other mobile App that accesses any necessary and non-essential information from the user. PUBG Mobile’s privacy policy says that the company’s servers are also in India, and the data of users here is stored in its servers. However, its server is also in China. The company stores some user data servers in the US and Singapore as well.

No security guarantee for PUBG mobile games:

Let me tell you that according to the company’s policy, PUBG is committed to the personal information security of the users. But the company has also said that information is exchanged through the Internet. Therefore it is not entirely safe. According to Pubg Mobile, the company takes majors for data protection. But still, the information of users has been transferred. The company cannot guarantee their safety.