Popular Gaming App PUBG Mobile May Come Back Soon In India
PUBG Mobile May Come Back in India; Korean developer hiring people in India
Popular gaming app PUBG was banned in India along with 117 Chinese apps by the government for its Chinese connections. It’s been seven weeks since PUBG was banned but the void is still felt by the gamers. Finally, they can heave a sigh of relief as the popular gaming app is all set to be back in India soon. The Korean company has posted jobs on Linkedin for the Indian Market.
As per India Today report, Kraffon, the South Korean company that owns PUBG Corporation has posted jobs on Linkedin for the Indian market. Yes, PUBG Corporation put up a recruitment notice on it’s the official LinkedIn profile. The job posting for “Corporate Development Division Manager” on LinkedIn was posted by PUBG Corp on behalf of Krafton on October 20. The company has also highlighted that they are “Actively recruiting”.
PUBG Mobile app was banned in India along with 117 Chinese apps by the government for its Chinese connections. However, PUBG Corp soon took back the publishing rights of the game from Tencent Games. The company had announced that the South Korean-company will take full charge of all the subsidiaries.
Looks like PUBG users will be able to download it again from the App Stores and play it legally.
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