The publication of PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS in China has been causing strange excesses for a long time. So became an offer from the Chinese publisher giant Tencent (including League of Legends) from the PUBG developers Bluehole (South Korea) rejected. Tencent wanted the distribution rights for the Chinese market, but couldn't come to an agreement with Bluehole. Bluehole operates its own servers in Asia which should also serve the Chinese players.
A few weeks later there was that Message that the Chinese authorities put a ban from PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS and Battle Royale Consider gambling or not approve publication. The reasons given for this were the bad influence that battle royale shooter games had on Chinese youth. The genre was compared to the barbaric ancient gladiator games and the recommendation was made that streaming platforms like Twitch etc. should not show such games.
PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS - Dispute over the China license
Like the news agency now Reuters announced today that Tencent has now secured the rights to PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. Extensive changes are to be made in order to bring the content of the game into line with socialist values. The Chinese traditions and cultures are taken into account.
(Tencent) will make adjustment to content ... and make sure they accord with socialist core values, Chinese traditional culture and moral rules, ”it said in a statement on Wednesday.
In its latest statement, the company said it would highlight the spirit of teamwork and fair competition from PUBG and ensure it delivers "healthy, positive cultural and value guidance, especially for underage users"
How something like this should look in the game is still unknown. Maybe it will be enoughchicken dinner"That was previously available for winning a Battle Royale, to be replaced by a flag of the People's Republic of China.