PUBG Mobile start talks with India’s second leading telecommunication company Airtel to relaunch PUBG in India based on Entrackr reports. After Indian government banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in India the game developers searching for Indian partners to relaunch PUBG in India.
According to Entrackr reports “PUBG is in early conversation with Airtel for handling over distribution rights to the telecom giant. This desperation shows that PUBG has been trying hard to get back into the Indian Markets”.
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Initially some news comes about JIO and PUBG collaboration to release PUBG in India again. They were started talks also but the deal between these two was not set. Again now the game developers contacted Airtel about PUBG relaunch in India.
After these games banned in India 26% of PUBG downloads fall in globally according to the the sensor tower data. PUBG has most users in Indian but after announced ban on these apps the players shifted to other games so PUBG downloads decline 26% in the month of September.
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With this fall the PUBG game developers takes quick moves to find a partner in India and give game rights to them. If the talks between Airtel and PUBG are once conformed they will release PUBG on play store for Indian Players as soon as possible.