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PUBG Mobile India: PUBG to collaborate with Google, may release soon

PUBG Update: Updates have been released across the country regarding the government ban on running PUBG. The company wants to launch the game in India soon. Prior to this, it had partnered with Google Inc., a research firm, so that it could be repatriated to India.

He has been appointed governor of the country
From kids to teenagers, they have found an interest in this sport. In such a situation, it looks like the Government of India can approve the release of another PUBG mobile game. Parent company Krafton Inc has appointed Aneesh Aravind as the new national manager. Arvind, with more than 15 years of experience, previously worked for companies such as Tencent and Zynga. Only after he had made an appointment, did people expect him to be rescheduled.

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