PUBG also called PlayerUnknown’s Battleground will not work in India starting October 30. Even though the Information and Technology Ministry has banned the app in September, the gamers who had already downloaded the PUBG, continued to play the game because the servers were not deactivated. The company deactivated the PUBG servers on October 30 and you will not e able to play the game even if you have downloaded the app in the past. The Narendra Modi-led Government has banned 117 apps including PUBG after the ugly border clash between India and China.
The company took to its official Facebook page and disclosed that it would terminate all service and access for users in India to PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik and PUBG MOBILE Lite of October 30. The company announced that Tencent Games will terminate all services and access or users in India to PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. Moreover, the rights to publish the game will be returned to the owner of the PUBG intellectual property. The company has updated its official website regarding the termination of the services.
Previously, PUBG had decided to cut ties with Tencent and also cancel the license that allows them to run PUBG Mobile in India. The Government had not only banned PUBG Mobile but also PUBG Mobile Lite along with 118 apps on September 2. The gamers continued to play the game despite the ban because of the working of the servers. Going forwards, gamers will not be able to play the game because of the termination of the services starting October 30. You will be able to download and install PUBG by downloading APK files but the game can’t be played.
We have to wake up to reality and should find some other games that can be played instead of PUBG. There are plenty of games on Google Play Store and you will have to find solace by downloading one of them.