Krafton also announced a global alliance with Microsoft to ensure the security and protection of its User’s data and has the company parent of PUBG Mobile, which has the famous Battle Royal Game.
The South Korean corporation will be running with its multi-platform software line, Azure the Microsoft-owned cloud computing operation.
PUBG for PCs and consoles and the PUBG smartphone application which was banned in the India in September for security reasons are included in the list of items that will be available on Azure.
The press release does however not outline the potential return of PUBG Mobile to India, which had over 50 million active months before the ban.
Krafton further notes that Microsoft will ensure privacy rights are “respected with all relevant laws and regulations.”
In a statement released in the last month by Tencent Cloud in India that the organisation terminates the access of users in the country on the basis of the Indian government’s orders.
Their job involves the use of PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite software. Tencent had also stated in his Facebook post that PUBG Mobile publishing rights will be remitted to the proprietor of “PUBG intellectual property,” that is to say PUBG Company, a subsidiary of Krafton.
The Facebook post added that consumer data security was still its highest priority.
A week after TechCrunch revealed that PUBG Mobile plans a return to India before the end of the year, a storey by TechCrunch reported.
The study adds that PUBG Corp has been engaging in recent weeks with global cloud service providers to store the data in India to ease the fears of the government over consumer privacy and protection.
Quotes of these sources are well known. The TechCrunch article also pointed out that PUBG Corp has told some leading streamers in India privately that the service is scheduled to restart very early.
The organization is still also legally expected to provide information, if at all, on its return.
The PUBG Mobile and the PUBG Mobile Lite application was a portion of the 116 Chinese applications barred from IT players from foreign countries under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.