Trapped at home by the Govt-19 epidemic, Indians are flocking to online gaming in huge numbers.
The country saw 7.3 billion game downloads between January and September this year, the highest in the world, according to application analysis firm Censor Tower.
This means that more than 17% of the world’s game downloads come from India. The United States contributed 9.5% of the total downloads per second.
India was under complete lock-in from March 24 to June 8 to reduce the spread of corona virus. Since then, life has returned to normal as business and commerce have slowly opened up. However, game downloads have not lost momentum as schools are still closed and most people continue to work from home.
In fact, the July-September period saw the highest activity.
“PUBG” is no longer “between us”
In India, all the battlefields (PUBG) owned by Tencent were outraged. Until 2019, there were in between 33 and 50 million PUBG players in India. But in September 2020, it was banned after the Indian government began to regulate Chinese applications after border tensions.
And the loss of PUBG got to us. The game was the most downloaded by Indians with 15% of the total downloads.
In October 2020, American Game Studio InnerSlot’s Emung Emas became the most downloaded game in the world, Sensor tower data display. Space themed online multiplayer social exclusion game, in which players have to weed out “alien cheats” from their “team”, has received approximately 74.8 million installations — 50 times more than a year ago.
Many players around the world use the gaming experience to interact more with their friends via the news app Discord, voice, video or text. Within the Discord community, there is (us) among us One of the most popular Indian servers with over 2,400 members.
In addition, with famous Indian YouTube celebrities like psychiatrist Suhani Shah and comedian Thanmay Bhatt Makes the game streaming, Which has drawn more eyelids in recent months.
Its marathon run will not last forever. After all, PUBG is Plans to come back By registering in India and appointing an Indian Director.