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PUBG mobile plans to re-enter India after a deal inked with Microsoft

PUBG mobile could return to India after Krafton signs deal with Microsoft.

PUBG mobile plans to re-enter India after a deal inked with Microsoft

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 Nov 2020 5:35 PM GMT

New Delhi: The PUBG mobile is planning to return to India as soon as signing a crucial deal with Microsoft, after being banned for almost two months for cyber security reasons.

It is to mention that South Korean firm 'Krafton', the parent company for PUBG Corporation, has signed a global partnership with Microsoft.

"With privacy and data security being a top priority for Krafton, the company will be working with Microsoft to ensure personal data protection through Azure," according to Krafton.

"To further reinforce data security, Krafton will be working with Microsoft to introduce a verification process to ensure that the storage of personally identifiable information of its players follows all appropriate requirements in the territories where Krafton and its subsidiaries operate gaming services," the statement added.

PUBG Corporation is planning to re-enter the Indian market by the end of this year, maybe as soon as this Diwali.

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