TechDesk360: PUBG Ban in India Latest Updates and FAUG New Game Release News, Akshay Kumar, Atmanirbhar Bharat: The government of India has banned India’s youths one of the favorite game PUBG Mobile on 2nd September 2020. The youth was crazy to play a new game in the market so that they can enjoy and feel the same which they were getting in PUBG before.
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Now famous bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has come to break the craze among the children’s and PUBG Players. Just a few minutes ago Akshay kumar has shared a tweet on a new game called FAU-G on his twitter handle. He has introduced the game FAU-G launched in the competition of PUBG. In this way, this post of Akshay Kumar is becoming very viral. It is special that a part of the earnings from this game will be given to Veer Trust of India. This trust has been set up by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Akshay Kumar tweeted, “Supporting PM @narendramodi ’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game,Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust #FAUG“.
Along with this enterprenaur Vishal Gondal has tweeted “In response to PM @narendramodi call of #AtmaNirbharApp, @nCore_games is proud to announce our action game Fearless And United: Guards FAU:G with mentorship from @akshaykumar 20% of net revenues donated to @BharatKeVeer trust for India’s Bravehearts #JaiHind #FAUG #gaming.”
His tweeted has been quoted by nCore Game just adding “Fearless And United : Guards FAU:G coming soon! @vishalgondal @akshaykumar @dayanidhimg Quote Tweet“.
On 2nd September 2020 the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India has banned 118 more Chinese apps for the situation between India and China on the border and also for the privacy safety of the citizens.
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