If you’re a fan of PUBG Mobile, you’re probably concerned that the Indian government may ban the game very soon. Since the government banned 59 Chinese apps, PUBG was known to be on the radar soon too; and now it is

While it has not been decided so far whether PUBG Mobile will be banned in the country or not, it seems Tencent is in no mood to risk it. The company has updated its privacy policy for India and has been displaying pop-up in-game notifications to inform users of the change.

From what we can tell, the new privacy policy tries to align with the demands of foreign applications from the Indian government. The policy states that while it stores some user data for a variety of reasons, for Indian users, those servers are in India. The privacy policy also describes that the company’s support teams, who also have access to user data, are also present locally in India for Indian users.

We don’t know if these changes can put PUBG Mobile out of government view for now. However, India is considering 200 other apps, and PUBG Mobile is among them. We will only know more about this when Tencent Games or the Indian government decides to say something about it.

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