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PUBG Mobile India will never return to India; the game will likely face a permanent ban in India

After the release of FAUG (Fearless and United Guards) in 26th January, gamers all around India are waiting for the return of PUBG (Players Unknown Battlegrounds). But the latest report says that the ban on the game nay remain permanent because the government has refused to life the ban on multiple China-origin apps.

Recently, the Centre decided to permanently decided to ban 59 Chinese mobile applications. After this, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) informed companies, which also included PUBG Corporation about the permanent ban and made it difficult for the battle royale game to return back to India in a censored form.

PUBG Mobile India update: Even with VPN, game to be banned soon? Here is the reality
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Sources familiar with the latest updates of the game said that the Centre has no plan to bring the game back to India. A portal said that the authorities are not stupid and even if the publishing duties have changed hands, the development of the game is still based in China. But, FAUG, the most awaited mobile game has been launched in India for Android devices. The game is aiming to provide an Indian alternative to PUBG Mobile.

For downloading the game, you must make sure that your Android phone has a strong WiFi connection. Then go to Google Play Store. In the search bar, you need to type FAU-G or nCore Games or FAUG. You can then click on FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards. Then tap on the download option and then install and enjoy it.

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