The mainstream portable game, PUBG Mobile, will currently be facilitated on Microsoft’s Azure cloud stage, its parent organization declared today. Krafton Inc, the South-Korean organization that claims PUBG Corp. (that holds the rights to PUBG Mobile), reported a deal with the American innovation monster today, saying items “Directly operated” by Krafton and its auxiliary organizations will be facilitated on Microsoft’s cloud administration.
Since the day when the game got banned in Country, PUBG Mobile developers were actively working to resolve some issues in India. According to some report, this Krafton Microsoft partnership can have a positive impact on the current state of PUBG Mobile in the country. Some reports also suggest Microsoft is driving the competition to procure the rights for Indian Market and with Krafton affirming its organization with Microsoft Azure to guarantee security insurance, the information facilitating and client protection issues identified with PUBG Mobile in India can get settled.
This, however, may not mean PUBG Mobile will return in India at the present time soon. While reports have demonstrated that PUBG Mobile may retain India soon, because of such cloud bargains, the Indian government has emphasized on numerous events that data localization and Chinese proprietorship is just a piece of the explanation behind its boycott.
Meanwhile, PUBG also hinted some corporate acquisition and changes in the company days back, it is properly mentioned these changes will effective from 2 Dec.
After these changes, there will be further legal registrations in the country and a green signal from the government could take somehow 1-2 months. If everything goes well PUBG could be accessible in Play Store at the End of December 2020.