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PUBG relaunch news a buzz after two teams from India gets invite at Pro League

By Saima Siddiqui 
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PUBG relaunch news a buzz after two teams from India gets invite at Pro League

New Delhi: The news of PUBG relaunch in India are once again a buzz among the gamers after reports surfaced that two PUBG Mobile teams from India – TSM Entity and Galaxy Racers have been invited to show their skills at the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Arabia Season One.

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The PUBG lovers have been impatiently waiting for its relaunch ever since the Indian government decided to ban PUBG Mobile in the country in September 2020 due to privacy concerns.

What gave wings to PUBG lovers’ hope in India was a report that claimed that PUBG Corporation recently joined hands with Microsoft Azure to host the game sessions. Experts maintain that this will help PUBG Corporation in addressing the data privacy concerns of the Indian government.

Several reports have surfaced in the recent past claiming that PUBG Mobile India would be relaunched in India in 2021 and now a PUBG Mobile content creator, has claimed that PUBG Mobile India has received permission from the Indian government for a relaunch. However, the PUBG Corporation hasn’t made any official announcement regarding the launch of PUBG Mobile India.

The game is touted to be very significant as it would be very first competitive event in the vertical for any Indian team after the ban on PUBG Mobile India by Indian government.

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Interestingly, neither TSM Entity nor Galaxy Racers has revealed about their participation in the event but it is expected that both the teams would play in the first season of PMPL Arabia from the Middle East and African Region.

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