Tencent relinquishes rights to PUBG Mobile in India amid latest ban on Chinese apps

//Tencent relinquishes rights to PUBG Mobile in India amid latest ban on Chinese apps

Tencent relinquishes rights to PUBG Mobile in India amid latest ban on Chinese apps

Tencent Holdings has surrendered its rights to publish PUBG Mobile in India to the company behind battle royale hit PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, in a move that analysts expect to help the popular spin-off mobile game get around New Delhi’s latest ban on Chinese apps.India last week banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, almost a third of which were video games, including PUBG Mobile. The government had initially banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and WeChat, in June when there were only two…

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