Fresh trouble seem to be brewing for Chinese apps in India, according to reports that indicate more Chinese apps may be banned soon. Last month we saw a staggering move by the Indian government, banning 59 Chinese apps including rainmakers like TikTok. And now, a report by ET highlights that several more Chinese apps are in the government’s crosshairs, including PUBG Mobile game. Indian Govt has banned 47 more Chinese apps which are reportedly, clones of the 59 applications which were earlier banned. Reportedly, India has also drawn up a list of 275 more Chinese apps, including PUBG, that it will examine for any violation of national security and user privacy, signalling heightened scrutiny and the possibility of more Chinese internet companies being banned in the country.
Weeks after banning 59 apps from China, India has put 275 more apps from the neighboring nation on its radar.. India mulls ban on 275 more Chinese apps, including PUBG. Written by.
The ban comes a month after around 59 popular Chinese apps, including TikTok and SHAREit, were barred from operating in India over issues of data privacy and national security. Is PUBG Mobile banned in India? Govt. bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, UC Browser Govt. of India has announced a ban on TikTok, UC Browser, Helo and 56 other Chinese apps on Android, iOS. Also Read – More Blows to Chinese Apps: India Bans More Apps, This Time From Xiaomi, Baidu, Claims report Besides, the government is also planning to put a ban on 250 apps including PubG, Ali Express.
PUBG Mobile, Supercell games reportedly on Indian government’s “radar” after ban of Chinese apps. The games could be banned in the country. The government may soon ban PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) in India. Reports suggesting a ban on 275 apps have started to surface online a month after the Indian government banned 59 Chinese. China-based apps have found great success in India’s vast internet userbase. Before its ban, TikTok had more than 200 million users in the country, while PUBG has garnered more than 50 million.
"Will PUBG be banned in India?" Almost a month ago, gamers in India rejoiced after they learned that their favourite mobile game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds aka PUBG has had a close escape from the Chinese app ban list published by the Indian government. The massively popular multiplayer game, a. Tik-Tok, Helo and WeChat came under the ambit of the ban, giving a serious jolt to China's dream of setting up a Digital Silk Route. Even as the sudden ban left TikTok's Indian fans high and dry, there was palpable relief among the users of PUBG — the highly-addictive, world-famous game that has held millions in India in thrall since its inception. A day later, Google said it has removed all the banned applications from the Play Store.Following the ban, TikTok refuted the claims that suggest it will pursue legal action against the Indian government for banning the app in India. Reacting to the 59 apps banned by India, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said the country is "strongly concerned regarding the decision of the Indian government".
PUBG Mobile is a well-known game in India It is rumoured to be among the next apps getting banned by the government PUBG Mobile has generated $38.6 million in India to date Indian goverement could ban 275 other apps in the country. The list includes PUBG which is backed by Tencent, Zili by Xiaomi and AliExpress, an online shopping portal by AliBaba group. Last month, 59 Chinese apps including TikTok and UC Browser were banned in India. After India Bans Chinese Apps, Pakistan Temporarily Bans PUBG Calling it ‘Addictive & Wastage of Time’ More so, the game has also been cited as one of the reasons for cases of suicide in Pakistan.
The Government of India has a red-flagged 275 Chinese apps after banning more than 100 in almost a month. Popular royale game PUBG is allegedly one of them. India is the largest consumer of PUBG with 1.75 crore downloads so far. After banning more than a hundred Chinese applications in the country. PUBG Mobile and 274 Chinese apps could be banned in India; apps under govt’s radar PUBG Mobile has faced a lot of scrutiny due to its violent nature and the way it has given rise to various.