Rajkotupdates.News: PUBG Developer Krafton Has Filed a Lawsuit Against Garena Free Fire!

This article contains the most recent information about PUBG Mobile India Unban updates and news about PUBG Mobile India developer’s latest updates on a lawsuit against Garena Free Fire, as we know that last year Indian Government banned many Chinese applications due to ongoing border clashes with China, including both PUBG Mobile and Garena Free Fire.

It is highly unlikely that PUBG Mobile and Free Fire will be unbanned in the near future due to the collective ban that occurred in India last year. PUBG Mobile and Free Fire were extremely popular in India, and many gamers made a career out of playing these games.

Both Krafton and Garena had partnered with the Chinese company Tencent to launch their games, but after the ban, both companies severed ties with Tencent because, according to the Indian government, Tencent was stealing and sharing user data with a third party.

PUBG developer Krafton’s lawsuit against Garena Free Fire

rajkotupdates.news : pubg developer krafton has filed a lawsuit against garena free fire

The company Krafton has filed a lawsuit against Garena Free Fire for allegedly copying the look and feel of PUBG Mobile and using it in their own game. Krafton has also filed lawsuits against Apple and Google for distributing Garena’s games on their app stores.

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BGMI or PUBG Mobile Unban Date in India 2023

rajkotupdates.news : pubg developer krafton has filed a lawsuit against garena free fire

There was a rumor going around these days about the Unban of PUBG Mobile or BGMI, which may or may not be true, as according to some sources Krafton has built a similar game from the ground up for the Indian audience as there were a ton of players from India and India was a huge market for Krafton.

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Rest assured no concrete proof was found regarding the unban date of BGMI or this new game, but time will tell as the future of online gaming in India is bright.