PUBG Mobile users were relieved to find that the app is not on the list of 59 censored Chinese applications, but some news sources now say it’s under Indian government’s privacy scanner.
- PUBG says the data obtained from Indian users is stored on servers located in India
- The data content is stored between 7 and 30 days before deletion.
While the rumours suggesting that PUBG is under Indian government surveillance are not yet verified by authorities, apprehension is still hovering after the sudden ban of 59 Chinese apps like popular games like Mobile Legends : Bang Bang and Kings Clash.
- The support, administrative and other teams in offices around the world have access to user information in some countries, but for Indian players it is only based in India.
- PUBG further notes, “Where we allow any third party to collect and use your Personal Information, we shall take reasonable steps to ensure that the Personal Information is not further disclosed by third parties.”
- Finally, PUBG Mobile states that the data content is stored within 7 to 30 days of deletion. Most data points are also saved until the user uses the app-and deleted within 7 to 30 days of account deletion.