South Asian Players to Enter PUBG LITE’s Battlegrounds on July 4

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PUBG Corporation has announced that PUBG LITE will be expanding its Beta Test service to South Asia on July 4. The game will be available in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. An additional Hindi language option will also be made available.

PUBG LITE, a low specification adaptation of ‘Player Unknown’s Battle Grounds’, began in the Southeast Asian market five months ago. Since then, the product has expanded to 15 additional regions and is looking to open to more regions.

“We are very pleased to be able to introduce PUBG LITE to users all over the world. We have a lot of passionate PUBG players in South Asia, so it represents an important area of focus for us,” said Brady Choi, VP and Head of PUBG LITE at PUBG Corporation. “As we continue to expand into new territories, we will do our best to provide a stable and fun service by communicating closely with our players.”

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Users may participate in the pre-registration event to receive a variety of in-game skins while waiting for the launch of the service.

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