According to an IGN report, the Indian avatar of PUBG Mobile, Battlegrounds Mobile India, is sending user data to servers in China, although PUBG Mobile has been banned in India due to the involvement of Chinese developers. IGN reported that the data sent and received by the Battlegrounds Mobile India APK comes from a Chinese mobile server in Beijing.
The report also stated that Battlegrounds Mobile India is sending data to Tencent Proxima Beta in Hong Kong and Microsoft Azure servers in the United States, Mumbai and Moscow. As a reminder, PUBG Mobile severed relations with Tencent last year and removed the Chinese giant from its publishing role after India banned PUBG Mobile. Sniff on your Android phone. The app will tell you which servers the device communicates with.
Once you configure it to register all servers with which Battlegrounds Mobile India interacts, the entire game becomes one player. After the game, a quick search on whois server on one of the servers found in the log revealed that it was operated by the Chinese state-owned company China Mobile Communications Corporation. This server is located in Beijing, China.
According to IGN, the device data has been sent to the server. In addition, Battlegrounds Mobile India will also ping Tencent’s Beijing server when it is released. News18 was unable to independently verify the report. The answer is included, and this story will be updated as soon as it is received. This latest change seems to be incompatible with what was done before.
After banning PUBG Mobile, Krafton hopes to cooperate with the Indian government to comply with local laws. Crafton even claimed to sever ties with Tencent by abolishing Tencent as the publisher of PUBG Mobile. When announcing Battlegrounds Mobile India, Krafton stated: “The privacy and security of Indian gamers’ data is the top priority. They have called for the ban of Battlegrounds Mobile India. Recently, the Federation of Indian Merchants also called for the ban of Battlegrounds Mobile India. Although the game has not yet been released yet.