In its statement, PUBG Corporation notes that it will no longer authorize the PUBG Mobile franchise to Tencent Games in India, owing to the ban. Instead, the corporation itself will take on all the publishing responsibilities of the mobile game within the country.
This means that PUBG Mobile and all its future updates will henceforth be handled by South Korean video game company Bluehole.
With this change in publishing practices, PUBG Mobile might soon get reinstated in India. PUBG Corporation hasn’t confirmed the ban reversal, but the whole reason for this move is to shed its image of being a Chinese app to prevent current and future sanctions.
“Further updates will be provided at a later date when available,”