FAU-G: To Cash In On PUBG Ban? | Startup Central

With the popular PUBG Mobile being taken down from the official Google Play Store and banned in India in the wake of fresh provocation from China in Ladakh, multi-player action game, FAU-G, developed by Bengaluru-headquartered nCORE Games is set to be launched in the country soon. This development comes soon after the immensely-popular PUBG Mobile was banned in the country along with 117 other Chinese applications. The multi-player game is based on scenarios encountered by the Indian defense forces. The game is likely to launch at the end of October with its first-level set in the backdrop of Galwan Valley, the media has reported. The FAU-G game would be available on the official Google Play Store as well as the Apple App Store. Watch Founder Vishal Gondal on all the controversies around FAUG Game including it coming so soon after the PUBG Ban with NayantaraRai on this segment of Startup Central.

Source : ET NOW

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