The South Korean company, which makes PUBG games, is likely to partner with the Indian gaming firm. Talks are on with Reliance Jio.
Pubg Unban in India: A good news for PUBG lovers is coming. This popular game (PUBG Mobile) may return to the country. The South Korean company that makes PUBG Mobile Lite can partner with a gaming firm in India. According to reports, Pubji Corporation is in talks with Reliance Jio.
PUBG Corporation is a subsidiary of South Korean company Bluehole Games. Hindustan Times quoted Mint as saying that Pubji Corporation is exploring the possibility for a partnership with the Indian gaming company to resume its operations in India.
There are reports that Reliance Jio in India may get pubg license. Reports say the South Korean company has discussed revenue share and localization with Reliance Jio.
Earlier, the makers of Reliance Jio, India’s largest telecom service provider Reliance Jio and PUBG Lite Games, joined hands to give users a better experience of playing games. Under this partnership, geo users who register for Pubji Lite were given an exclusive reward. PUBG is now believed to be trying to make this partnership permanent.
Reports say that the ongoing talks between Jio and Pubji are still at an early stage. The two sides are working together to consider various aspects of this partnership. Reliance Jio or Pubji Corporation has not yet given any official statement on the same.
On September 2, the ban was placed
The central government had banned 118 Chinese apps, including Pubg Mobile, on September 2, citing national security. South Korea’s PUBG Corporation then announced the full responsibility of operating PUBG Mobile in India from Tencent Games in China. Now the company is looking for an Indian partner. Industry experts say there are very few firms in India that can run big games like Pubg.