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After weeks of speculation and rumours, PlayerUnknown`s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG, has been banned in India by the Ministry of Information and Technology in its recent actions against Chinese mobile applications. After the game was able to escape a suspension in the two previous strikes, the latest government order, which targets a total of 118 applications, was mentioned, citing data security concerns after a new round of confrontation with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh. However, this decision proved disappointing for much of the Indian gaming community, which spends much of their time focusing on the popular multiplayer game. It should be noted that Bluehole had only created the desktop version of the game, while the mobile version was developed in conjunction with Tencent Games, where the latter had secured the distribution rights of the video game in China and in a number of other countries, including India. Singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh was among those who shared his own version of the PUBG ban using a hilarious meme – but it was his subsequent response to a fan who asked if he had ever played the game that had left Twitter in Splits. Copyright (c) 1998-2019 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary format, with or without modification, are permitted, as long as the following conditions are met . . . The redistribution of the source code must retain the copyright above, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
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