Tencent terminates all PUBG Mobile services in India
PUBG Mobile has attracted a large number of players in the global market, and PUBG Mobile in the Indian market has also been sought after by a large number of Indian players.
However, India previously announced the ban on a large number of games from Chinese developers. Among them, the mobile version of PUBG Mobile operated by Tencent is also in the ban issued by the Indian government.
Earlier, Alibaba had announced that some of its businesses in the Indian market would be closed and withdrawn, and now Tencent has to terminate its access to the PUBG Mobile game in India.
According to the announcement issued by Tencent, all PUBG Mobile services have ceased service on October 30, 2020, and will no longer accept user access.
Although Tencent did not explain the reason for the suspension of services, it is well known that this was caused by the ban issued by the Indian government, and Tencent had to comply with the ban.
In fact, after the Indian government issued a ban, PUBG has already disconnected its cooperation with Tencent, hoping to make the PUBG mobile game continue to operate in this way.
However, the Indian government does not approve this attempt to bypass, so PUBG Mobile is still banned by the Indian government.