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A way out: Banned Chinese apps weigh selling out to Indian partners

A way out: Banned Chinese apps weigh selling out to Indian partners
A way out: Banned Chinese apps weigh selling out to Indian partners
On Tuesday, PUBG Corporation said that it had decided to no longer authorise its PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ mobile franchise to Tencent Games in India

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The idea is to ensure that the Indian arm will run the show after re-launching the product while the parent entity earns revenue through licence fee, they told ET.

New Delhi | Bengaluru: Many Chinese gaming apps that were banned recently are considering selling out to Indian partners, according to lawyers and officials aware of the development. The idea is to ensure that the Indian arm will run the show after re-launching the product while the parent entity earns revenue through licence fee, they told ET. On Tuesday, South Korean gaming giant PUBG Corporation said that it had decided to no longer
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