PUBG Mobile India update: New hope for Indian fans, check out the latest development

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PUBG Mobile India update: Amid the reports that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) has not given permission to relaunch PUBG Mobile India in the country, here’s some good news for the Indian fans of the Battle Royale game.

The parent company of PUBG Mobile – Krafton – has appointed a new Country Manager for India, according to latest reports.

The company has appointed Aneesh Aravind as the Country Manager of PUBG Mobile India. Having over 15 years of experience in the industry, Aravind has worked for various companies, including Tencent.

Additionally, with exceptional problem-solving and communication skills, Aravind excels as a business leader, a collaborative leadership style, and the knowledge to build diverse, cross-functional teams.

Amid reports that India is not granting permission for PUBG Mobile’s return to India, Krafton is taking various pro-India measures to make a comeback.

The Indian government said last week that ‘“MEITY has not given any permission for launch of PUBG”. The RTI query was filed on November 30, reported Insidesport.