PlayerUnknown's Battle Ground a.k.a PUBG is all set to return back to India. Two months before PUBG along with other 118 Chinese apps were banned in India.PUBG Mobile was one of the top streaming games in India. In 2018 PUBG mobile was launched in and since then a lot of people were into the game. According to data, there were more than 50 million users who were actively playing PUBG on a monthly basis. The game officially belongs to South Korean company KRAFTON Inc, which declared that the game will return back to India with a new name, PUBG Mobile India. It will ease the security concerns of the game and bring it with a better version this time. A few days back KRAFTON signed a global deal with Microsoft to theme the game in azure. KRAFTON said, “With privacy and security of Indian player data being a top priority for PUBG Corporation, the company will conduct regular audits and verifications on the storage systems holding Indian users’ personally identifiable information to reinforce security and ensure that their data is safely managed." ALSO READ: SONU SOOD APPOINTED AS STATE ICON OF PUNJAB KRAFTON's Indian developer Tencent has connections with China. The game was banned in India because of the tension going on at the Indo-China border. The company said that it is distancing itself from Tencent and making it a China free game. The company also mentioned that it's planning to raise a $100 million USD expenditure to hold up the other local gaming companies, like esports, entertainment, and IT industries. Everyone is curiously waiting for the launch of PUBG mobile India, but the date is yet to be announced. It will be very exciting to know if PUBG still has the same craze among the Indian audience or not.