Akshay Kumar Announces FAU-G, Indian Alternative to Banned PUBG
Two days after the Indian government banned 118 Chinese applications, including popular mobile game PUBG, actor Akshay Kumar has announced an alternative called FAU-G. Supporting the AtmaNirbhar initiate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Akshay tweeted the poster of the video game “Fearless And United-Guards — FAU-G”
The actor added that the 20 percent of the profit from the game will be donated to the Bharat Ke Veer trust, created and managed by the Office of the Home Minister of India.
“Supporting PM @narendramodi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game, Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust #FAUG,” Akshay said on Twitter.
The PUBG mobile game app is developed by the Tencent of China and has a huge fan base in India.
FAU-G is developed by nCore Games and has veteran tech entrepreneur Vishal Gondal as its investor. Gondal has been known for owning Indiagames that he sold to Disney in 2007. He also owns the fitness band GoQii.
“In response to PM @narendramodi call of #AtmaNirbharApp, @nCore_games is proud to announce our action game Fearless And United: Guards FAU:G with mentorship from @akshaykumar 20% of net revenues donated to @BharatKeVeer trust for India’s Bravehearts #JaiHind #FAUG #gaming,” Gondal said in a tweet.
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