PUBG Unban in India – Is PUBG Teams Up with Reliance Jio For Digital Partnership in India?

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PUBG Unban in India: The South Korean company, which makes the popular game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), may partner with the country's gaming firm after its ban in India. Hindustan Times quoted Mint as saying that PUBG is exploring possibilities for a partnership with the Indian gaming company to resume operations in India. Let us know that PUBG Corp is a unit of South Korea company Bluehole Games. Also Read - PUBG Unban in India – Is PUBG Teams Up with Reliance Jio For Digital Partnership in India?

Paytm First Games, one of India's largest gaming firms, is already working in partnership with Garena Freefire, which is a competitor game for PUBG. Along with this, there are even reports that Reliance Jio can get a PUBG license in India. According to reports, the South Korean company has discussed the Revenue Share and Localization with Reliance Jio. Earlier, India's largest telecom service provider company Reliance Jio and makers of PUBG Lite Games joined hands to give a better experience of this free to play the game. Under this partnership, Jio users who register for PUBG Lite will be given exclusive rewards. Now PUBG is trying to turn this partnership into permanent. The talks with Reliance are in the early stages and both sides are working together to look into the various aspects to work the deal. Right now, no official statement is given from PUBG or Reliance Jio.

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The popular game is distributed in India by Tencent Holdings. "In light of recent developments, PUBG Corporation has made the decision to no longer authorise the PUBG Mobile franchise to Tencent Games in India," PUBG Corporation had said in a statement.