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Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, November 13, 2020
The Bytedance-owned short video platform was banned by the Indian government along with 57 Chinese apps.


BusinessToday.In
November 12, 2020
The new version will be called PUBG Mobile India, where the word \"India\" indicates the many things that went wrong with the game's previous version, leading to its ban


Shubham Verma
Kanpur, November 12, 2020
PUBG Mobile has officially launched in India with a new name that includes the word India. It is under the new regime controlled by South Korea's PUBG Corporation.


Reuters
November 12, 2020
Trump directed ByteDance, which owns 100% of TikTok, in an Aug. 14 order to divest the app within 90 days, which falls on Thursday


Reuters
November 11, 2020
The Trump administration contends TikTok poses national security concerns as the personal data of U.S. users could be obtained by China's government


Nidhi Singal
November 6, 2020
The company had earlier announced Fund I of $1.5 million in July 2019, which received over 250 applications from large and small developers. Of this, it ended up deploying the capital across nine teams and over 10 games were onboarded on WinZO's platform


Reuters
November 6, 2020
The company is discussing the round of financing with existing investors including Sequoia Capital and General Atlantic to raise around $2 billion for the company


Reuters
November 2, 2020
President Donald Trump's administration contends that TikTok poses national security concerns as personal data collected on 100 million Americans who use the app could be obtained by China's government


Reuters
October 31, 2020
The Trump administration contends TikTok poses national security concerns as personal data collected on 100 million Americans who use the app could be obtained by China's government


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, October 30, 2020
All PUBG Mobile servers that cater to Indian users will be switched off from October 30, that is today, the company has announced. The PUBG Mobile is already banned on Google Play Store and Apple iOS App Store.


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, October 26, 2020
Developed by Indian mobile game publisher nCore Games, FAU-G will be set in the backdrop of Galwan Valley.


BusinessToday.In
October 26, 2020
FAU-G app launch: The game will attempt to feature real-life army combat situations such as the Galwan Valley incident accurately and will have brawler gameplay mechanics with the use of melee weapons


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, October 22, 2020
PUBG fans can heave a sigh of relief as the popular gaming app might make a comeback in India.


PTI
October 18, 2020
TikTok's parent company ByteDance regretted that its services remain suspended in Pakistan more than a week after the country's telecommunication authority banned it


BusinessToday.In
October 14, 2020
The PUBG game is also available on consoles and PCs. PUBG enthusiasts can still play the game on their PC, XBox, or PS4. Hence, many PUBG players are now eyeing the laptop and desktop variant of the game


Reuters
October 12, 2020
Triller, which was launched in 2015 and only has a fraction of the 100 million users that TikTok boasts in the United States


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, October 8, 2020
Good news for TCS employees! Company announces salary hike, effective October 1Tata Consultancy Services on Wednesday announced a salary hike for its employees effective October 1. As of September 30, the consolidated headcount of India's largest IT company stood at 4,53,540. The attrition rate touched an all-time low at 8.9 per cent in the given quarter.Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages offers permanent work-from-home to employeesHindustan Coca Cola Beverages, the bottling partner of the Amer...


BusinessToday.In
October 7, 2020
PUBG Corporation, the parent company of PUBG Mobile, has started initial conversation with Airtel for handing over distribution rights for the Indian market


Reuters
October 6, 2020
The Trump administration has ordered download blocks on the two mobile apps and ordered ByteDance, the Chinese owner of TikTok, to sell its operations to a U.S. company, citing national security concerns


India Today Tech
New Delhi, October 2, 2020
The readers Fiery Feeds and Reeders took to Twitter to report that their apps have been removed from the Chinese app stores.


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