JioG Coming After PUBG Ban In India? The Truth Behind Reliance New Mobile Game “JioG”

PUBG Ban In India-  After India banned TikTok, a number of “Made in India” apps emerged to replace the Chinese video-making application. Now, India has banned PUBG or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, an immediately popular mobile games. But after that, viral news is now trending on social media which is about Reliance Jio’s new battle royale video game “JioG”.

The ban on PUBG has let by the Chinese app. Amid speculations, jokes, and memes on PUBG’s possible replacement, a fake tweet on the so-called JioG gaming app is going viral on twitter.

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How popular is PUBG?

As per a recent report, PUBG Mobile is one of the most famous games across the globe and is ending closer to half -a- billion downloads. It has about 50 million active users who play the game on a daily basis. In fact, during the lockdown period in India, PUBG emerged as the ‘most played game’ in the country.

About 22 lakh people played the game in May while the second in the list is Minecraft which engaged a distance a distant 8.2 lakh people. Some of the other popular games were Fortnite, League of Legends, Counter-Strike, World of Warcraft, and Clash of Clans.

PUBG Mobile is From Which Country?

It is actually an interesting story. The PC version of the PUBG was developed by Blueholr, a Korean game development studio, and the game was then ported to a smartphone by Tencent, one of the biggest gaming entities in China. Due to the in-game violence such as blood shud, the game is banned in China. However, Tencent did release a cloned version of PUBG called Game for Peace with certain changes and is currently available in China.

-PUBG Ban In India- Is PUBG a Chinese App?

Yes, the mobile version of PUBG is developed by a Chinses company- Tencent. Through the native game, PUBG is from Bluehole, a Korean company the game has been banned in India under Section 69A of the Information Technology ACT stating PUBG, PUBG Lite, and other 116 apps were engaged in activities which are prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India.

PUBG Banned in INdia


As we all know the Indian government has banned more than 118 Chinese apps including the most popular game, PUBG Mobiles. A day after this there one news flashes on social media that claims Reliance Jio Launching PUBG alternative gaming app called JioG. Therefore now Reliance Jio’s new battle royale video game “JioG” is creating a viral buzz.


This all begins with a fake tweet that says Reliance has announced to launch JjioG mobile game that will replace PUBG. Reportedly, a fake ANI named account posted this tweet. According to which Reliance is launching a multiplayer game application, JioG.

What is the truth of JioG?

Actually, there is no such announcement has been made by the company. Also, there is no such game application either on Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store.

The Viral Fake Tweets id JioG

But this is completely fake news since there is no such announcement or reports emerged by authentic sources/officials. But many Twitterati believed on this news and make it viral.


This news is posted by a duplicate fake account of ANI News, but they do not have a verified mark even the username of this twitter account is not related to ANI News.

Within the last 24 hours, this tweet got more than 2000+ like and 1000+ retweets.

Meanwhile, India banned PUBG, Wechat, Baidu, and some VPNs apps in September. All this happens as tension at the Ladakh border have escalated once again.

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