Good, looks like Indian players are in for a treat!
[deleted post]It's also surprising how ignorant you can be. PUBG Mobile in India has got nothing to do with Tencent anymore as far as publishing the game goes, didn't you read the article before commenting ? The privacy issues have been addressed and that's the reason it's allowed to return, and not because of low patriot
India is such a big and lucrative market that businesses can't stay out of it forever
[deleted post]U also came here to shower your knowledge why aren't u happy after speaking rubbish in that exynos 1080 page??
It's good thay they are just doing some cosmetic changes to game and launching it as indian version of pubg.
BUT if it has even 1% Chinese ownership even through chain of ownerships it will get banned.
Better sell the rights to some India based company and till the relationship between India and China normalises.
GeeX, 12 Nov 2020so..the answer is clear now..it was never about privacy concern. it just a economy trade out.
... moredid you even read the full post ?
"More notably, the game will focus on handling user data more transparently with accordance to local regulations." !!!
so..the answer is clear now..it was never about privacy concern. it just a economy trade out.
the investment and the indian office make sense..
so hopefully few indians can quit from scam call centers and participate to gaming industry..cool hee..
Can someone please explain what is Virtual simulation training ground??.It is written that game will be setup on virtual simulation training ground so what is it?? Or what changes will it bring??