India has banned another collection of Chinese apps including the mobile version of popular game PUBG

India has restricted another assortment of Chinese applications, including the mobile form of mainstream game PUBG, as pressures between the two nations rise again over questioned area along their mutual border. The nation’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology declared on Wednesday that it would square 118 extra applications that are occupied with exercises which are biased to sway and trustworthiness of India, guard of India, security of state and open request.

The rundown additionally incorporates Chinese search monster Baidu and Alipay, the mobile payment application from Ant Group, the budgetary associate of Jack Ma’s Alibaba. India had just blocked utilization of TikTok, the short video wonder from ByteDance, and scores of different applications lately. The rundown on Wednesday included two applications named “VPN for Tik Tok,” which seem, by all accounts, to be intended to skirt the limitations.

The choice to bar Tencent’s mobile game PUBG, could be particularly troublesome. PUBG was the top mobile game by month to month dynamic players in India a year ago. In the principal half of this current year, PUBG was downloaded in excess of 54 million times in India and saw $15.2 million in shopper spending from the nation over App Store and Google Play. Tencent and Ant Group didn’t respond to demands for input on Thursday on this story. Baidu declined to remark.