Although it has been banned from India for a long time, Krafton is still determined to pursue the hope of bringing PUBG Mobile game back to this market.
In a recent report Krafton earned a revenue of up to 320.4 million USD (nearly 8,000 billion VND) and of which PUBG Mobile accounting for 208 million USD (about 5,100 billion VND) in total revenue of the company.
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This is not really surprising because of the collaboration with the popular girl group BLACKPINK was surprisingly successful, attracting a large number of gamers to the game. Currently, the company is still in the process of collaborating with many famous personalities around the world to bring PUBG Mobile to more players around the world.
And in this revenue report, the Krafton side did not forget to mention the importance of the region India, and expressed the desire to be able to restore the PUBG Mobile game here. Accordingly, they are much more diligent in investing in India in the near future, although Krafton’s BGMI has been banned, but hopefully the problem will still exist when the government of this country is reviewing the proposal to bring Krafton returns, which means PUBG Mobile will also have a version exclusively for the Indian market.
Not to mention the Krafton Player Support Youtube channel was also established in September, along with the newly posted videos that have shown that there is a high possibility that this game will be released again, serving the community. gamers here.
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It is known that if the publisher and the Indian government find a common voice and accept the necessary agreements in this case, the opportunity for gamers in this country to get their hands on PUBG Mobile is completely possible. . Not to mention Krafton also received a lot of support from Indian gamers, so those hopes are not far away.
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