PUBG Mobile has finally confirmed that it is making a comeback in India by creating a new version of the game that is specifically designed for the Indian gaming community
A new report suggests that a PUBG Mobile Ad might be in works that could feature famous game streamers along with a bollywood celebrity.
PUBG's parent company, the south korean firm named Krafton Inc. has made a deal with Microsoft's Azure Platform to host the game on its servers.
PUBG might be planning a comeback in India and could also make an announcement regarding the same as soon as this week.
Asus has announced the Season 2 of Battle Of Gods. The weekly tournament will begin from 6th November, and has an ultimate prize pool of Rs 7,00,000.
PUBG mobile will now stop working after 30th October, as the company confirms the same through a facebook post.
Garena has unveiled the format and schedule for FFCS which has a combined prize pool of $900,000
Users can power on the PS5 console and quickly navigate media with built-in play/pause, fast forward and fast reverse controls.
PUBG Mobile has been looking to make a comeback in the country where it has one of the most number of players.
In India, 75% of the population is under the age of 45, and 60% of India's online gamers are aged between 18-24. So, as we advance, India has the potential to become the number one online gaming market in the world.