Google Play Store and App Store have taken down PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite app on Thursday night, following the ban on the game on September 2 by the Indian government.
The reason behind the ban: Citing data privacy concerns and threat to national security, the Ministry of Home Affairs passed an order to ban PUBG’s mobile versions along with 116 other applications.
Third ban in 90 days: After the Galwan Valley Clashes, the government has banned 224 apps including TikTok, Baidu, Alipay, FaceU, WeChat reading, Government WeChat, ShareSave by Xiaomi, and CamCard along with PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite.
PUBG’s Chinese parent lost money: Shenzhen-based Tencent, the owner of PUBG Mobile, lost $14Bn in intraday trade after the news of the ban hit markets. hare fall more than 2%. This is the 2nd biggest fall in market value for the company in recent times.
India’s Isn’t done yet: It has also imposed new restrictions on Chinese investments and has told telecom operators to weed out Chinese equipment made by Huawei and ZTE from their networks.
Huawei is on the verge of losing the world’s second-largest mobile market, which has more than 850 million mobile users. The fate of the tech giant hangs in the balance as it is already facing backlash from Washington.
Shutting Chinese companies from India could mean a more rapid consolidation of market control for Mukesh Ambani’s Jio Platforms, the country’s current largest telecom operator which claims to have made an indigenous tech for 5G. займ срочно на карту без отказасрочный займ на карту с плохой кредитной историейзайм под залог паспорта моментальный займ через контактзайм на сберкнижкуонлайм займ