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PUBG will be back in India with Microsoft Cloud

There is great news for those who play the popular mobile game PubG, could make a comeback in India very soon. PUBG Mobile is in talks with Microsoft for a comeback in India and also will now be hosted on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. Its parent company has given this information.

Explain that the game was banned by the central government due to threats on cyber security and country sovereignty. That’s when PUBG Corp announced earlier that it would return to India.

South Korean company Krafton Inc., which is the owner of PUBG Corp and which owns PUBG Mobile, has announced a deal. He has done this deal with American Technology. It has said that the product will be operated through Direct Crafton and its subsidiary company, which will host hosting on Microsoft’s cloud service.

According to media reports, before the Diwali, the Batter Royale game may announce a return to it. It is reported that the company may start its marketing campaign in India before Diwali. Not only this, PUBG Corp can also make big announcements about its future in India.

Recently, PUBG Mobile announced a complete shutdown of its services in India. At that time, the company had issued a statement saying that the security of users’ data is the company’s first priority. The company also said that it has always followed the data protection laws and regulations applicable in India.

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