PUBG Mobile Still Works Days After IT Ministry Banned The Game In India

PUBG Mobile still workds days afte IT ministry banned the game in India. Recently, the Indian government banned the famous royal battle game PUBG Mobile after China tensions showed no signs of slowing down. This was the third ban order since similar orders were released in the past by the Government.

PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite have already been pulled from the stores – Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. However, the game continues to be operational for those who have already downloaded it. The game is also available on a number of apk hosting websites which can be used to sideload the battle royale game.

India is a huge market for PUBG Mobile and Tencent Games, a game developer who lost over $34 billion since the ban order was passed.

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