FAU-G Mobile Game: Indian FAU: G game teaser released after ban on PUBG, launch soon

After the PUBG game has been banned, now it is preparing to knock the Made in India gaming app as an alternative.

After the ban on PUBG games, the teaser of Indian gaming app FAU: G has been released. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar tweeted and shared information about this game. Let us tell you that in view of national security, the Government of India had banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG two days ago, although its computer version is still active.

FAU: G company prepared this game

FAU: G game has been prepared by Bangalore-based company nCORE Games. No information has been received regarding this game. But according to some media reports, this game will be multiplayer like PUBG. Also, this game can be launched on different platforms.

Ban on these Chinese mobile apps before PUBG

Before the PUBG game, the Indian government banned 106 Chinese mobile apps, including Tiktok. The government had decided to ban 59 apps, including tick-talk, under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, as these apps were a threat to India's sovereignty and integrity, defense of India, security of the state and public order. 

India thrice digital strike on China

India has done digital strikes on China 3 times so far. The central government first banned 59 Chinese mobile apps, including TicketLock, in June. After this, 47 other Chinese apps were blocked. At the same time, now the government has banned 118 Chinese mobile apps including PUBG. In total, 224 Chinese mobiles have been banned in India so far.