In a third round of bans, the Indian government has blocked 43 apps from Chinese devs as “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.”
PUBG Corp. is discontinuing all access to PUBG Mobile in India on October 30. This is despite the company’s decision to withdraw the publishing rights from Tencent in the country. The talks with the local publishers have also failed.
Google is delaying the implementations of its new Play Store payment rules in India to April 2022. Everywhere else, the new policy will come into force in September 2020.
PUBG Mobile has little chance of returning to India, Reuters reports citing its sources. This is despite PUBG Corp.’s decision to withdraw the publishing rights from Tencent in the country.
Indian authorities have blocked 118 mobile apps from Chinese companies that are “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India.”