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Very soon, the users will see a new partnership that will host PUBG on Azure. We say this because the parent company behind the extensively played battle royale game PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS or PUBG has recently announced that it has joined hands with Microsoft to bring up this battle royale game to Azure. Krafton – the parent company behind the game, is currently working on this project to make it happen as soon as possible.

After this mission is achieved, all the online games from Krafton’s portfolio will get hosted through the cloud platform – Azure. This will be a big win for Microsoft in the battle for being the most superior authority than others competing in the world of services related to cloud computing.

One of the significant reasons why Krafton preferred going for Azure over other cloud solutions because of trust and reliability. Azure offers better safety by encrypting the in-transit data. It offers security controls that come integrated within the hardware and firmware. Alongside that, Azure has a group of over 3,500 cybersecurity experts who efficiently work to check the vulnerabilities in the service, if there are any.

Some of the extensively played multiplayer games are Azure-based, and they feature high-level security and a vast set of offerings that other cloud service providers lack. Recently, Krafton stated in a press release that their collaboration with Microsoft would ensure that every software will follow up with the rules and regulations. All privacy rights will be respected.

The craze for battle royale games has rigorously grown up in recent years, and some of the most widely played to date games are Fortnite and PUBG. No doubt they have generated a revenue of over billions. PUBG that was usually played by gamers on PCs later got released for home consoles like Xbox One, PS4, and more. Also, a mobile version got released later on in the year 2017.

Final Verdict

So, this was all about Krafton’s partnership with Microsoft to host PUBG on the cloud computing service – Azure. It is still uncertain how many more benefits will be seen from this partnership. Both companies will create a verification process to rest assured that the sensitive data of players is not compromised. The collaboration might bring PUBG mobile back in the parts of the world where the game got completely banned.

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