IndianEra > Business > FAU-G, the Indian game app rival to banned popular app PUBG, set to release in October

As netizens in India lament the ban of popular gaming mobile app PUBG, it has opened a new line of opportunities for Indian game developers launching India’s alternative to the popular PUBG.

One of the numerous developers vying for the spot has been nCore Games, launching an Indianized version of PUBG mobile called FAU-G (Fearless and United: Guards).

Vishal Gondal, CEO, GOQii, announced on Twitter that FAU-G had been developed in alignment with PM Modi’s Atmanirbhar App Campaigner.

This announcement comes right after the Indian government’s ban on 118 Chinese apps that include PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite.

[Also Read : India Bans 59 Mobile Apps Over ‘Espionage’, Includes Chinese!]

Another reason for the FAU-G app launch to be in the limelight is that it is being developed under the mentorship of Bollywood celebrity Akshay Kumar.

Akshay Kumar

As per Gondal, the FAU-G app will also not only be an entertainer but also offers insights into the sacrifices made by the Indian Armed force soldiers. 20% of the new revenue would be dedicated to BharatKeVeer trust.

Since this announcement, the internet has been abuzz with funny memes on the launch of FAU-G and discussion.


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Posted by IndianEra, 07/09/2020
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