Just a few weeks ago India decided to ban PUBG Mobile, leaving several gamers hunting for alternatives. After garnering millions of downloads, specially in the months June, July and August, the firm did face a major loss when it lost the Indian crowd. But now it’s trying to make its way back and as per a report from Entrackr. The firm is apparently in talks with Airtel for reviving distribution.
“PUBG is in early conversation with Airtel for handing over distribution rights to the telecom giant. This desperation shows that PUBG has been trying hard to get back into the Indian market,” said one of the sources on condition of anonymity to the website. “The gaming platform is also busy in raising a lean team in India. It has been interviewing candidates with experience of under 4 to 6 years,”
However, both PUBG and Airtel have not yet given an official statement on this.
It is not for sure when exactly can we see PUBG Mobile coming back to Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India. And since the tension between India and China is still gaining pace, don’t expect PUBG Mobile to show up for Indians anytime soon.