India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE
India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE

Tencent relinquishes rights to PUBG Mobile in India amid latest ban on Chinese apps

  • Seoul-based PUBG Corp will take over all publishing responsibilities for PUBG Mobile in India
  • It is the studio that developed and published PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for desktop personal computers and console gamers

Topic |   Tencent
India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE
India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. Photo: EPA-EFE
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