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When will PUBG/BGMI get unbanned in India?

Hey there fellow PUBG enthusiasts!

Are you also one of the GenZ gamers who have been eagerly waiting for PUBG to make a comeback in India? If yes, then you must have come across the recent Hunch poll that asked the question that has been on every PUBG fan’s mind: “When will PUBG unban in India?”

The results of the poll were interesting, with over half of the respondents voting for “Don’t play, don’t care,” which means either they have lost interest in the game or have found alternatives to it. However, there’s still a considerable number of PUBG fans waiting for the game’s return, with 23.1% of respondents voting for “Hoping soon.”

The ban on PUBG in India came as a huge shock to the younger generation of gamers aged 18-24, who had made the game a part of their social and cultural identity. PUBG was more than just a game for them; it was a way to bond with friends, spend time together, and have fun.

Although some fans have lost interest in the game and have moved on to other things, the top comment on the poll shows the optimism and hope that the remaining fans have regarding the game’s return. “Definitely in few days, if not then read the comment again” – this comment encapsulates the eagerness and excitement of the fans who are patiently waiting for the game to be unbanned in India.

The Indian government has remained tight-lipped about the ban, leaving fans in the dark about the game’s future in India. However, rumors and speculations suggest that Krafton, the game’s developer, is working on a version of PUBG that complies with Indian laws and regulations. If that’s true, then there’s still hope for PUBG fans in India.

In conclusion, the Hunch poll on the unbanning of PUBG in India reflects the mixed feelings of the GenZ audience. While some have moved on, there are still many fans eagerly waiting for the game’s return. So, let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!

Disclaimer: This article is meant for informational and entertainment purposes only and do not constitute professional advice.

Hey there fellow PUBG enthusiasts!
Are you also one of the GenZ gamers who have been eagerly waiting for PUBG to make a comeback in India? If yes, then you must have come across the recent Hunch poll that asked the question that has been on every PUBG fan’s mind: “When will PUBG unban in India?”

The results of the poll were interesting, with over half of the respondents voting for “Don’t play, don’t care,” which means either they have lost interest in the game or have found alternatives to it. However, there’s still a considerable number of PUBG fans waiting for the game’s return, with 23.1% of respondents voting for “Hoping soon.”
 
The ban on PUBG in India came as a huge shock to the younger generation of gamers aged 18-24, who had made the game a part of their social and cultural identity. PUBG was more than just a game for them; it was a way to bond with friends, spend time together, and have fun.
 
Although some fans have lost interest in the game and have moved on to other things, the top comment on the poll shows the optimism and hope that the remaining fans have regarding the game’s return. “Definitely in few days, if not then read the comment again” – this comment encapsulates the eagerness and excitement of the fans who are patiently waiting for the game to be unbanned in India.
 
The Indian government has remained tight-lipped about the ban, leaving fans in the dark about the game’s future in India. However, rumors and speculations suggest that Krafton, the game’s developer, is working on a version of PUBG that complies with Indian laws and regulations. If that’s true, then there’s still hope for PUBG fans in India.
 
In conclusion, the Hunch poll on the unbanning of PUBG in India reflects the mixed feelings of the GenZ audience. While some have moved on, there are still many fans eagerly waiting for the game’s return. So, let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!

Disclaimer: This article is meant for informational and entertainment purposes only and do not constitute professional advice.

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