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PUBG cancels Tencent’s India franchise hoping for a comeback

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 8 September 2020 ()
Following the Indian government’s ban on 118 Chinese apps last week, which included popular game PUBG Mobile, South Korea’s PUBG Corporation said it will no longer authorise Tencent Games to distribute the game in India.
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PUBG cuts publishing ties with Tencent Games, what next? | Oneindia News 01:23

This may come as good news for gaming app PUBG fans in India as PUBG Corporation, the parent company of PUBG Mobile, is trying to find ways around the ban on China-linked apps and has on Tuesday announced that Tencent Games will no longer have publishing rights for the game in India. What this...

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