PUBG Mobile’s new avatar Battlegrounds Mobile India to be banned? MLA wrote a letter to PM

PUBG Mobile India Latest Update: There is a demand to ban PUBG Mobile’s Indian avatar Battlegrounds Mobile India. An MLA has written a letter to PM Narendra Modi to ban the game. Know what is the matter.

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The pre-registration of PUBG Mobile India’s new avatar Battlegrounds Mobile India has started in India and the demand for banning it has started coming up. MLA Ninong Ering of Arunachal Pradesh has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday demanding that the Battlegrounds Mobile India be banned in India. He has alleged that Krafton is bypassing Indian law in the launch of the new game. Please tell that Krafton Battlegrounds is the publisher of Mobile India.

Letter written on Battlegrounds Mobile India:

Krafton has not yet announced the launch date of the new game, but has already started its pre-registration. The game is available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. The game is being launch in place of PUBG Mobile, which was ban in September last year for data privacy reasons along with other Chinese apps. Ninong Ering has also shared a copy of a three-page letter to PM Modi on Twitter.

What is written in the letter?

He wrote in his letter, “This is just a trick to make the game relaunch.” The game is being relaunch with mild changes, allowing millions of citizens to collect data and transfer them to foreign companies and the Chinese government, including children. Withdrew its publishing and distribution rights in India from the Chinese company Tencent Games.

Second company name also included:

However, Tencent is still the publisher and distributor of PUBG Mobile in other countries. Ering point out that almost all employees at Crafton India are older employees of Tencent, including senior management teams. He told that PUBG Mobile’s name is even in the Google Play URL of the game. Along with this, he alleged that Nodwin Gaming has recently received an investment from Krafton, which is about to sign an agreement with Tencent. He cited a report saying that Nodwin would also serve in Pakistan.

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