Krafton which is the parent company of the widely-known online game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, declared today that it is about to host its multi-platform product portfolio on Microsoft Azure.
To confirm no loss of personal data, PUBG’s popular multiplayer battle games PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and PUBG MOBILE on PCs game consoles will be hosted on Microsoft Azure.
The parent company, KRAFTON, has also decided to join hands with Microsoft to introduce a verification process. This new verification process aims to look after the fact the storage of its players’ personally identifiable information collates with the requirements, particularly in the area where KRAFTON and its tributary companies run the game services.
The most notable part of this move by KRAFTON is that it will probably make a path for the company to reintroduce PUBG mobile games all over India. As known by everyone, the game got recently banned due to the games’ interconnection with China.
As stated by KRAFTON in a recent press release, Microsoft Azure is all set to provide technical support for multiplayer games. This safeguards the security issues associated with almost all multiplayer games.
Moreover, KRAFTON’s teaming up with the giant company Microsoft has the potential for securing privacy rights and software protection by abiding by the applicable laws and regulations.