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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

PUBG Mobile Ban: What Will Indians Play Next? | Free Fire, Call of Duty Mobile, or… FAU-G?

PUBG is no longer available on Google Play and App Store, days after it was banned alongside 117 Chinese-origin apps. While the government says PUBG and other banned Chinese-origin apps are “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity” of the country, how has the PUBG Mobile ban affected gamers and the gaming community? We answer that question in this video through interviews with some of the leading names in the industry like Rav3n, Trinity Gaming, EWar Gaming, BRosis Gamer, iMazik, Entity Gaming and a lot more.


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