PUBG Mobile India Is Coming Back With a Rs 6 Cr Tournament for Pro Gamers


PUBG Mobile India is expected to return soon. (Image: YouTube)

It is reported that the minimum wage for PUBG Mobile India level 1 players will be around Rs 40.00 to Rs 2.00,000.

  • Last update: November 21, 2020, 13:32 IST

PUBG Mobile fans in India are excited about the game’s return to the country after the developers announced that PUBG Mobile will return as the specially designed Indian version of the game, PUBG Mobile India. Now a report has added to the excitement as it says game developers can run PUBG Mobile India tournaments with up to Rs 6 crore prize pools. It is reported that PUBG Mobile India will launch before the end of this year.

According to a professional PUBG Mobile player named GHATAK, the first prize in a PUBG Mobile India tournament will be 6 crores. In addition, he also said that the salaries of professional gamers at PUBG Mobile India will also be increased once the game is launched in the country. While there isn’t a lot of substance in GHATAK’s tweet outside of his own wording, the creators of PUBG have said they will invest heavily in hosting esports leagues exclusively for India. GHATAK has stated that the minimum wage for PUBG Mobile India level 1 players will be around Rs 40.00 to Rs 2.00,000.

It is not known exactly when the game will launch in India. Reports online suggest that it could be any day the game could fall for avid gamers nationwide. Yesterday, it was reported that PUBG Mobile India may be ditching Android users today. However, these reports turned out to be false. PUBG Mobile India is a highly anticipated game ahead of launch. According to the recently released pre-registration numbers, the game received 200,000 pre-registrations, well before FAU-G, which was supposed to be the local PUBG Mobile alternative for Indian gamers.

It is also reported that PUBG Mobile India players will be able to transfer their profiles and earn rewards from PUBG Mobile before it is banned by the government under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.


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