Play FAU-G, not PUBG: Akshay Kumar launches FAU-G gaming app against PUBG, will give 20% revenue to soldiers

Play FAU-G, not PUBG: Akshay Kumar launches FAU-G gaming app against PUBG, will give 20% revenue to soldiers

The government recently banned pubs. Now Bollywood star Akshay Kumar has come up with a new gaming app in front of Pubji. Akshay Kumar recently tweeted about this.

What did Akshay Kumar tweet?

Akshay Kumar tweeted, “I am proud to launch the action game Fearless & United Guards FAU-G, under the Prime Minister’s self-help campaign. In addition to entertainment, the players of this game will also learn about the sacrifices made by our soldiers. 20% of the total revenue from this game will be donated to the Bharat or Veer Trust created for our soldiers.

Akshay Kumar's game is a top trend on Twitter. More than 20,000 tweets were received in just one hour of India Trending.

PUBG was recently banned

PUBG is one of the most popular mobile games in many countries, including India. The app has been downloaded 175 million times in India.

PUBG was developed by South Korean video game company Bluehole. However, Chinese multinational Tencent has a stake in it.

PUBG had also been on target before. Parents were very upset because of the habit of many children. Some states even temporarily banned it.

PUBG then assured that he would create a safe ecosystem by taking the views of parents, educators and government organizations.

5 crore users of Pubji in India, revenue 22 thousand crore

PUBG has more than 50 million users in India, of which approximately 35 million are active users. According to data analyst firm Censor Tower, Pubji's revenue for the first six months of this year is estimated at Rs 9,700 crore. Remained. Its total revenue so far has crossed Rs 22,000 crore. India was the largest contributor, with India having the highest number of downloads out of 175 million downloads in the world.

FAU-G is a made-in-India PUBG Mobile alternative that is being published by Bengaluru-based nCore games, and Indian game industry veteran Vishal Gondal and actor Akshay Kumar have also taken to Twitter to promote FAU-G. FAU-G is short for Fearless and United-Guards, and tweets promoting the game say it will donate 20 percent of its revenue to the government's fund-raising initiative Bharat Ke Veer. However, there is no word on the release date of FAU-G. It is also unclear whether the game will be limited to mobile devices or if it will also get a PC version.

Entrepreneur Vishal Gondal, who is the CEO of fitness wearable maker GOQii, posted a tweet on Friday to reveal the development of FAU-G. Gondal, who founded India games in 1999, which he sold to Disney in 2011, had invested an undisclosed amount in nCore Games in March last year, and is serving the startup as a strategic adviser.


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