We recently got the news from our sources about the PUBG Mobile INDIA proposal is denied by the National Child Rights Body in India. This stops all the re-launch procedures of the game as the government recommended against it.
The popular battle royale PUBG Mobile was banned in India along with 117 other Chinese apps due to information breach. Since then, the developers are trying to bring back the game in its most valuable region. If you are attached with us for a few time, you might be knowing that on November 12, the proposal of PUBG Mobile INDIA was put forward. They claimed that there are no signs of partnership with the Chinese Company, Tencent Corp. All the players were happy as now the ban will be lifted.
To create more hype, the developers even released the official teaser for the game and featured some of the famous PUBG creators. This lead to the community beliving that evrything is going smoothly and they will be able to play the game very soon. But this is not that easy as we all expected.
According to our sources, in the latest meeting of the government officials, a few things were discussed. The Chairperson of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Priyank Kanoongo denied the re-launch of PUBG Mobile in India. He stated,
It was an internal meeting and prima facie, the NCPCR is not in favor of recommending such games in the country.
The entire group of members was seen to vote against the proposal and asked for proper rules and regulations. This means that the game might get delayed and the players have to wait a little longer than expected. Stay tuned with Gamzo for more gaming updates.