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Indian Teams Excluded From PMPL SA as Indian Govt. Has No Intention to Unban the game

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At the start of the month, the Indian government reported that 118 Chinese applications along with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile version would be banned in India. As India is the source nation of the biggest players of PUBG Mobile around the world, the boycott additionally genuinely influenced the advancement of neighbourhood e-sports. Unfamiliar media detailed today on 26 September that all Indian teams have been prohibited from taking participation in the “PUBG Mobile” South Asia Professional Fall Season and every resulting occasion.

The game organization PUBG has declared that it will quit utilizing Tencent India to speak to its restriction in India. Notwithstanding, as per an anonymous Indian authority, the Indian government has no expectation of leaving PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds M alone relaunched due to the “fierce nature” of the game itself. Apart from information security issues, the official said: “The violent nature of the game It has been severely criticized from all walks of life. Even if the agency changes hands, this question has not been resolved.”

India is the world’s largest source of players for PUBG Mobile, accounting for 24% of global players. It is even higher than the number of Chinese players accounting for 16.7% of the world.

The ban on PUBG Mobile in India has also seriously affected the development of the local esports industry. There were originally 12 teams including TSM Entity, NOVA Godlike, FNC and other teams in India, and they had been invited to participate in the PMPL South Asia Professional League. But the banning of Pubg Mobile in the nation results in an adverse effect on Esports Ecosystem.

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