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PUBG Mobile returns to India; Job Post hints a hit comeback

A vacancy has been published from PUBG Corporation for a hiring. In such a situation, people are thinking that maybe it is a hint that PUBG is coming back.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 23 Oct 2020 5:22 AM GMT

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New Delhi: PUBG has been played extensively in India. However, it has now been banned in India. So far, there is no information about when this ban will be removed or whether the game has been removed forever. All are eagerly waiting for the game to return.

PUBG Corporation Job Offer:

Meanwhile, vacancy has been published from PUBG Corporation for a hiring. In such a situation, people are thinking that maybe it is a hint that PUBG can be unbanned in India. But right now due to job posting, it cannot be assumed that PUBG Mobile can come back.

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PUBG plans to come back:

A job has been posted on LinkedIn by PUBG Corporation, the developer and publisher of PUBG. This post has been removed for the post of 'Corporate Development Division Manager'. If the news is to be believed, PUBG Corporation is looking for a person who can focus on the Indian market and develop overall strategy for merger and acquisition and investment. Also, the person will have to support the setup process for PUBG India with guidance from Krafton's headquarters in South Korea.

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On 2 September, the Indian IT Ministry banned 118 Chinese apps, including this popular Battle Royal title. The re-launch of PUBG Mobile became a much-talked-about affair, as India contributes 24% of the total PUBG mobile userbase worldwide.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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