PUBG

You Use These Apps Everyday, But Do You Know Their Parent Companies?

Everyday we use dozens of apps and trust it with our personal information. However, in most cases we do not the parent company

Debarghya Sil

Is PUBG Laying the Groundwork To Return To India?

PUBG's parent firm Krafton collaborates with Microsoft's Azure to strengthen privacy and security of its game

Debarghya Sil

Life after COVID-19 & PUBG Ban for Students or Professionals in India

With educational institutions being shut, students learning from home and professionals taking the WFH (work from home) route, emotional adaptability quotients are certainly posing a problem

Vivek Kumar Singh

Dear Indian App Developers, Patriotism Is Fine But Don't Be Complacent

The ban on Chinese apps is temporary and out there, Western companies are encircling the Indian market, just like sharks do before attacking

Debarghya Sil

The Future Of Digital Gaming Is On Mobile Devices: Salone Sehgal

The general partner of Lumikai believes the mobile gaming category is finding the brightest spot even as other businesses face the heat owing to the coronavirus outbreak

Prabhjeet Bhatla

Fantasy Gaming: The Comeback

The gaming industry provides an activity to keep users entertained and explore their creative mind through the use of technology

Prabhjeet Bhatla

PUBG Mobile To Return In India? South Korea's PUBG Corp Withdraws Tencent's Publishing Rights For India

PUBG Corp is reportedly working closely with the Indian government to reverse the ban while abiding with the Indian laws and regulations.

Debarghya Sil

WinZO Gets $18 Million In Series B Round

Singapore-based Makers Fund and New York's Courtside Ventures led the investment round

Debarghya Sil

India Bans PUBG Along With Other 117 Chinese Apps

The government said these apps were prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order

Debarghya Sil