As every Indian is now applauding the decision of the Government for banning 59 Chinese apps, some people (TikTok users) are not happy with the decision and asking why PUBG Mobile is not banned. We know that the Government of India banned TikTok, CamScanner, Helo, Likee, and many Chinese apps, but there is no name of PUBG Mobile on the list.
Since these 59 apps got banned in India, people are confused about whether the PUBG Mobile is a Chinese app or not and why the Government of India didn’t ban the PUBG Mobile. If you also don’t know about this then here we have everything you need to know about PUBG Mobile.
Is PUBG Mobile Chinese app?
This is the biggest question every Indian wants to know. So let me tell you that Pubg was firstly made for Windows users and published by the Pubg Corporation. And this is the subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole.
But after that, when they planned to develop the game, then collaborated with China’s biggest gaming company Tencent and published the mobile version of PUBG. This is where the China connection of the game. But it would help if you kept in mind that the original origin of the game is South Korea. And there is no connection of Chine with PUBG PC, PUBG Xbox One, and PUBG PS4. Only PUBG Mobile has some connection with China, but we cannot say the game is Chinese.
Is PUBG Mobile banned in India?
Many people also don’t have any idea whether PUBG Mobile is banned in India or not. As you have read above that PUBG is originally designed by South Korea, not China and also the game is not breaching any rules or not stealing user’s data. Hence, the Government of India has not banned PUBG Mobile. Don’t worry! You can see the game on Google Play Store and App Store.
After finding out that PUBG Mobile is not in the list of banned Chinese app, many geeks took the social media platform by storm with some great PUBG mobile memes. You can check these memes here:
— Prabhat Kumar (@champ1540) June 29, 2020
— THE | Epic Blogger | (@Kush_official_) June 29, 2020
— Aman Raj (@AmanRaj8299) June 29, 2020
— HARSH 🇮🇳 (@Nationalist1110) June 29, 2020
— ᴘᴜɴᴇᴇᴛ RAGHAV (@thepuneetraghav) June 30, 2020
— Asurcaastic🇮🇳 (@tweetharshu_) June 29, 2020
— ItsFahimNotfuck-em (@itsfahimnotfuck) June 30, 2020
— Indrakash yadav (@indrakashyadav) June 30, 2020
— Manish Dwivedi 🇮🇳 (@martensitic_man) June 29, 2020
Me to tik_tokers : pic.twitter.com/XSEx0UwdBT
— MayDay! MaDay! MayDay! it's 2020 (@newtoniantesla) June 29, 2020
— sanatanparida (@sanatanparida) June 29, 2020
Le Tik-tokers : pic.twitter.com/pyqeF8jfbN
— Rishu Patel (@Rishabh_002) June 29, 2020