An Indian Company is set to launch the battle royale Royal Mobile game in partnership with Akshay Kumar. The nCore Games, based in Bangaluru, will launch its Fearless and United: Guards (FAU-G) game by the end of October, the company’s co-founder Vishal Gondal told on Friday.

This game may take some months to launch because the game was in the works,” Gondal said. “In fact, the first level of the game is based on Galwan Valley.”

Clashes in June between Indian and Chinese troops along with a disputed border site in Galwan Valley, high up in the Himalayas, left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

After that India start banning Chinese applications due to security purposes. To the time, India banned 175+ Chinese applications, and due to the PUBG ban, Tencent suffered the biggest blow. Tencent Loses $14 Billion in Market Value, Its Shares Fall Over 2% After India Bans PUBG.

Correa’s FAU-G which means soldiers, aims to tap into Indian patriotism and 20 percent of its net revenues will be given to a state-backed trust that supports the families of soldiers who die on duty, Gondal said.

Akshay kumar Share a Photo on his Instagram account where he addres this alternative of PUBG.

The launch of FAU-G also comes at a time anti-Chinese sentiment is high in India with traders and entrepreneurs echoing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for an “Atma-nirbhar” or self-reliant India.

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