Krafton announces ties with Microsoft Azure, likely a move to revive PUBG Mobile in India

Is it enough?

Krafton announces ties with Microsoft Azure, likely a move to revive PUBG Mobile in India
Image Credits: Microsoft/Krafton

Krafton, the parent company of PUBG Mobile, from hereon will be hosted on Microsoft Azure Cloud. The partnership between the South Korean company Krafton Inc. that holds rights to PUBG Mobile (and owns PUBG Corp.) and the technology giant Microsoft is inked to host a wide array of titles by Krafton on the Azure platform. 

Its been two months since PUBG Mobile was banned by the government over security concerns and, only just over a week before the game restricted server access in the lands of India on 30th October, eradicating the game completely making inaccessible.

In a report released by the BusinessWire earlier today, Krafton has decided to give security and user data the utmost priority. Krafton will benefit from this partnership as Microsoft Azure is known for providing stellar security solutions in the industry. Compromise of security, surveillance and data privacy are the three main factors on which the ban was announced by the government and Microsoft taking control over it, only hints to one single thing - The return of PUBG Mobile in the country. 

However, are these efforts enough is still a question and there's only uncertainty about the return.