Players Unknown Battleground, better known as PUBG, is all geared up to make its entry back into the Indian markets.

PUBG Mobile India is expected to be released in India in a few weeks’ time.

PUBG Mobile India has reportedly hired new members for its Indian team after getting registered itself with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs with a paid-up investment of Rs 5 lakh.

The South Korean company is also likely to make an investment of up to Rs 740 crores in India.

PUBG Mobile India will set up its headquarters at tech-city Bengaluru in order to take care of its operations in India.

However, PUBG Corporation is yet to confirm the PUBG Mobile India release date.

PUBG Mobile India launch date:

Although, PUBG Mobile India is expected to be released in India in a few weeks’ time, the Centre is yet to grant permission for re-launch of the game in India.

The Centre said it will first “check the app, analyse the policies and then allow PUBG Mobile India to re-launch.

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PUBG Mobile India Download:

The Centre had banned PUBG along with several other Chinese apps in 2019.

The game was banned in India under Section 69-A of the Information Technology Act.

The Indian version of PUBG will get re-launched with some major changes.

Speaking about PUBG Mobile India download link, if one clicks on the PUBG Mobile India download link, it will re-direct to the Korean version.

While many users use VPN to play PUBG, the ban on PUBG by the Centre in India is still in effect.

Thus using such sources are illegal.

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PUB-G Mobile India Prize Money:

As per reports, PUBG Mobile India is expected to offer up to 6 crore prize pool with a minimum salary ranging from Rs 40,000 to Rs 2 lakh for tier 1 teams.

Cash prizes will also be on offer for special categories like – maximum foot travel distance, maximum number of head shots, etc.

India happened to be the largest market in the world for PUBG, until the Centre imposed a ban on the game along with other Chinese apps following strain in Sino-Indian ties.

PUBG Mobile had enjoyed over 50 million monthly active users in India.

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