The Modi government had banned 59 Chinese apps including video-sharing app TikTok, Vigo, Helo, among others last month. Recently, 47 more apps were banned.
PUBG Mobile, in terms of sharing user information, stated that they use third parties to provide cloud services for data backup, support ticketing, and fraud detection are prohibited from storing, using or sharing users' data.
Overall, the company is trying to prove that players in India can be assured that their data is not being sent overseas and will be present in India only and is also not being sold off to third parties.
PUBG Mobile has also provided detailed information over what and how they automatically collect data, which includes player's user ID, IP address, device information (such as application version, battery level, WiFi strength, available space, network type, OS version, platform, carrier, country code, series ID, Android ID, MAC and IDFV), registration time, login time among others.
PUBG Mobile also added that the data content is stored for up to 30 days until after account deletion and certain data points which are stored till the time you use the game is deleted within 7 to 30 days of account deletion. However, if you don't opt for account deletion, the Corporation says that your data would be stored for up to a year before it is automatically deleted.