A man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFPA man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFP
A man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFP

PUBG Mobile players and streamers mourn India’s ban on the Tencent smartphone game amid tensions with China

  • India bans PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile Lite and more than 100 other mobile apps over security and sovereignty concerns
  • PUBG Mobile and related apps accumulated more than 175 million lifetime downloads in India, its largest market by install numbers

Topic |   PUBG
A man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFPA man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFP
A man looks at the download page for PUBG Mobile, owned by Chinese internet giant Tencent, in Apple’s App Store on an iPhone in New Delhi on September 2. Photo: AFP
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