Will PUBG Mobile return to India? Read the Mega PUBG Mobile Plan for 2021

PUBG Mobile Latest updates: Not only in 2020, the PUBG corporation has made a massive plan for the New Year to spend its base and business around the globe. PUBG Mobile had an interesting ride in 2020 and claims to become bigger and better in 2021, continuing with new plans. Read also – PUBG Mobile: these countries lift restrictions on the game Royale | Will India withdraw the money?

Launching a video, PUBG Mobile CEO James Yang unveiled the roadmap for what’s in store for PUBG Mobile Esports in 2021. According to updates, the path for PUBG Mobile is simple – start with Club Open in the first and third quarters and then the Pro League will take place in the second and fourth quarters. However, the same costume will follow in the third quarter until they reach the global stage and participate in the PUBG Global Championship. Read also – PUBG in reality? Three players play the Battle Royale scene in real life, the video goes viral Clock

In the video message, the director also announced that the registrations for PUBG Mobile Club Open 2021 Spring Split will start from January 1, 2021 and will end on January 24, 2021. Read also – Release date of PUBG Mobile India: What is the current status? When does it launch? Check here for all the latest updates

He also announced that in 2021, there will be seven professional leagues for certain regions. New regions that would also have a PUBG Pro league in the future include the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Arabian Region, Turkey, Western Europe, North America, Latin America and Brazil.

In 2020, PUBG Mobile had a series of events in which numerous teams took place, and now the first 16 of them will fight in the PMGC finals from January 21 to January 24, 2021.

To return to India, PUBG Mobile has appointed the new country of India chief after a series of non-event and non-departure updates from the Ministry of Electronic and Information Technology. Moreover, PUBG Mobile India has appointed a country manager – Aneesh Aravind.

Following its ban in India in September, there is no update on when PUBGM India will be launched in the country. However, the ministry did not grant a single hearing to PUBG officials.

According to the report, Krafton Inc added more people to the Indian team. The team now includes Akash Jumde, who has been appointed as Visual Content Designer, Piyush Agarwal as Finance Manager, Arpita Priyadarshini is Senior Community Manager and Karan Pathak is appointed Senior Esports Manager.

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