Battlegrounds Mobile India verifies that the PUBG Mobile Asian Games edition can be played

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Krafton has revealed a new version based on the PUBG IP for the Asian Games 2022, which might be considered a favorable development for PUBG Mobile aficionados. A new version will be developed by the South Korean corporation, and details about its release will be released later.

In the 2019 Asiad, which will be held in Hangzhou, China, esports will make its debut as an official medal event. The list of titles was released earlier this year in September. FIFA, Dota 2, PUBG Mobile, League of Legends, and other games were among those mentioned.

For a long time, there has been some confusion about which version of PUBG Mobile will be played in the Asian Games. The misunderstanding originates from the fact that PUBG Mobile isn’t available in all of the participating nations.

Krafton previously released an exclusive game called Battlegrounds Mobile India for the country. A customized version called Game for Peace was also released in China.

Krafton says that an Asian version of PUBG Mobile is in the works.

In a recent blog post, Krafton explained the misunderstanding around the special PUBG Mobile version for the Asian Games. They announced that a new version of the game would be created for people all over the world to play and practice on.

Additionally, according to the blog post, gamers in the Indian region will be able to access the Asian Games edition through Battlegrounds Mobile India, which is a huge relief for the country’s players.

According to Minu Lee, the head of KRAFTON’s PUBG Mobile Strategic Marketing Department:

“We’re excited to host Battleground Mobile as an official event at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, which will serve as a platform for Asian unity.” Through a new edition of Battleground Mobile for the Asian Games, which was produced using Battleground IP, we want to have one worldwide fan and players.”

At the Asian Games 2022, PUBG Mobile will be the only battle royale game available. The game’s participation in the Asiad will undoubtedly benefit the expanding esports industry.




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