PUBG Mobile to make a comeback soon as Korean developer is hiring in India
According to the buzz around, South Korean firm Kraffon which owns PUBG Corporation, has posted job opportunity on Linkedin for the Indian market.
A piece of good news for all the PUBG fans! The popular gaming app might make a comeback in India. According to the buzz around, South Korean firm Kraffon which owns PUBG Corporation, has posted job opportunity on Linkedin for the Indian market.
The job posting by PUBG Corporation hinted at the possible return of the app to the Indian market. The post was shared by PUBG Corp on behalf of Krafton on October 20 for the position of Corporate Development Division Manager. The company has highlighted that they are actively recruiting for the role.
While the mobile variant of the game has been banned in India, users can still access the game on consoles and PC. PUBG Mobile had come into action when the Chinese company Tencent Games bought a 1.5 per cent stake in Bluehole Studio.
The game itself is not banned as it is still owned and managed by the South Korean company and not the Chinese company.
PUBG Mobile app was banned in India along with 117 Chinese apps by the government. The ban means that users can no longer download or play the Battle Royale in India. However, reportedly users who had installed the gaming app before it was banned can still play the game.
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