Many players are confused about what to select. This comes amidst the Indian Government scrutinizing 275 Chinese Applications to ban, and the news surfaced that PUBG Mobile might be one of them. The players might select “I am not an Indian user” if they think that selecting this might help them play the game in the future.
However, we advise you to select “I am an Indian User” option. This is because there are chances that your personal information might be transferred to other servers present in the game. This could lead to data hacking. So you should select the option of being an “Indian User.”
The developers also stated that their engineers, support, and additional teams are also present in India if the users face any technical glitches. They assured that the players would enjoy a smooth experience in playing the game.
You will not face any charges in gameplay. You can play the game in the same way as you played Yesterday. The only change will be that your data won’t be traveled overseas and is protected under the Indian Constitution.
What is your information available with PUBG Mobile?
PUBG Mobile has wide information about its users. This is because to play with your friends; you have to log into your social media accounts. When you log in through the game, PUBG Mobile gets access to your social media accounts.
After accessing your social media, the developers also get information about your mobile devices. Information about your mobile device, IP Address, Battery, Compatibly, etc. is available with the developers. It can be very harmful if this data is breached.
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