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How Can You Play Pubg After Ban in India?




The Indian Government on Wednesday banned 118 apps including PUBG or Player UnKnown's Battleground or PUBG Lite mobile in India because they are somehow related to China.
After the decision taken by the Government, Pubg lovers in India be like Devdas. But, don't worry you can still play PUBG after the ban. 


In this article, we are going to talk about how to play PUBG even after the ban in India. But Before this let's go through Chinese relations with the PUBG

PUBG Mobile application is related to Tencent Games, an auxiliary of Tencent Holdings which is one of the greatest Chinese worldwide organizations. And we know very well India's relation with China is not going well because of border issues for the last 4 months. So the India government put a  ban on many Chinese apps

The interesting thing is that the Indian Government bans only PUBG Mobile Version and not on the original version that you can play on computers or consoles.




Actually, PUBG and PUBG Mobile are two unique games made by two distinct engineers. The Computer version's developers are not Chinese. PUBG was initially made by Brendan Greene, an Irish computer game architect. The game's PC and consoles renditions were obtained by South Korean gaming studio Bluehole. What's more, Tencent was given the option to make a versatile variation of the game. Quite, Tencent's affiliation is restricted to the portable adaptation of the game and not the one that is accessible to play on PC and gaming supports.

So You can easily Pubg on computers and console after the ban in India.





How to Play Pubg after Ban in India?



Method 1: To Play PUBG on PC in India after Ban by Indian Government

As we know, Pubg mobile version is free but to play PUBG one has to buy PUBG for computer costs around Rs. 999
PUBG costs Rs 999 to play through Steam, a computerized conveyance administration for web-based games, on PC. For this, PUBG players must need Intel Core i5-4430 or AMD FX-6300 processor with 8 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB, or AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB designs, 64-piece Windows 7, DirectX variant 11, and at least 30 GB stockpiling to play the game on PC through Steam.

Method 2:- To Play PUBG On Mobiles Using VPN's


There are some VPN available through which you can easily play PUBG mobile after the ban  in India. Some of the best VPN to play PUBG Mobile after the ban in India are NordVPN, ExpressVPN, Surfshark VPN, IPVanish, VyprVPN.  These Ban will help to change your IP location after that you can play PUBG Mobile after ban in India.



Conclusion

After Banning Pubg in India, Tencent lost around  $14 billion in market value with a share fall over of 2%. India is a fruitful market for Pubg and they know very well. Pubg will definitely come back to the Indian Market after doing some homework like to remove participation with Tencent or whatever.
So we can say, it's a temporary ban on pubg in India

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