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    TikTok hopes to return to India soon as PUBG makes a comeback 

    TikTok hopes to return to India a few days after PUBG returns. Bytedance-owned short video platform has been banned by the Indian government along with 57 Chinese apps. In the second wave of the Chinese app ban, PUBG and 117 other apps were banned. However, PUBG has now officially announced its return to India. TikTok also kept boob employees in the country and partnered with the government to solve problems.

    Contrary to speculation, Bytedance which has over 2000 employees in India has not fired any employees after the ban. Employees received a bonus this year, according to an ET report. TikTok India chief Nikhil Gandhi assured his employees in an email that the company is looking to make a comeback and is working closely with the government to address the issues raised.

    “We remain committed to the positive impact our platforms can have on society. Our employees have been at the heart of our business and we place the utmost importance on the personal and professional well-being of our employees, “Gandhi said in the email, according to people familiar with the matter,” Gandhi said in his e -mail.

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    Gandhi also informed his employees via email that the company is fully committed to complying with local laws and safety requirements. So hopefully for a positive outcome in India.

    “We have demonstrated an unequivocal commitment to comply with local laws, including data privacy and security requirements, and are therefore optimistic about a positive result. Our clarifications have been submitted to the government and we will continue to dispel any further concerns they may have. Together with our employees, we remain dedicated to our users and creators who have found not only recognition but also new avenues of livelihood through our platform, ”Gandhi said in the email.

    TikTok had one of the largest user bases in India. It was banned and blocked on servers following the clash between India and China in the Galwan Valley. However, now if TikTok manages to get rid of its connection with China, it can return to India soon.

    Meanwhile, PUBG has made its Indian fans very happy by announcing a return. PUBG Corporation officially PUBG Mobile India on Thursday. The company said that the new version of the game was designed specifically for Indian users.

    PUBG Corporation plans to invest in India worth $ 100 million to nurture the local gaming, esports, entertainment and IT industries. Outside of the manufacturing industry, these investments will represent the largest made by a Korean company. Thanks to the overwhelming enthusiasm of the community for PUBG esports in India, the company also plans to make investments by hosting exclusive esports events in India, which will feature the biggest tournaments, the biggest prize pools and the best tournament productions. ” PUBG said in a statement.

    Bytedance-owned short video platform has been banned by the Indian government along with 57 Chinese apps.

    News Underline:

    • TikTok hopes to return to India a few days after PUBG returns.
    • TikTok also kept boob employees in the country and partnered with the government to solve problems.
    • Bytedance which has over 2000 employees in India has not fired any employees after the ban.
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