FAU-G Will Include A Galwan Valley Stage, An Indian Alternative To PUBG - Start by October-end.
The FAU-G is aimed at taking advantage of patriotism and the state-backed trust will earn 20 percent of its net revenue.
An Indian company is set to start a fight with the Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in a royal Mobile video game, which will capitalize on the gap created by banning tencent's PlayerUnknown's PUBG. The company's co-founded Vishal Gondal told Reuters this Friday that nCore Games, based in Bengaluru, is to start its Fearless and United: Guards (FAU G) Game by October.
"For some months now this game has been at work," said Gondal. "The Galwan Valley is actually the first level of the game."
Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in June's clashes between Indian and China troops on a contested Galwan Valley border site, high in the Himalayans.
Since then, India has hit Chinese tech organizations with successive app bans, smashing the India Internet economy. The most recent move on Monday outlawed 118 Chinese games, including PUBG, which shocked and angry Indian gamers.
NCore's soldier FAU-G aims to tap into Indian patriotism and the state-backed trust to maintain soldiers' families who die in duty will be given 20% of its revenues, Gondal said. Gondal said.
According to Gondal, Actor Kumar is the son of a military officer who was well known for supporting the cause of Indian troops and who played a key role in building confidence.
"He (Kumar) got the game's headline, FAU-J," said Gondal, claiming he was aiming to win 200 million users in one year. Gondal said.
The launch of the FAU-G also occurs in India at a time of strong anti-Chinese sentiment, where the traders and entrepreneurs echo the call for an 'atma-nirbhar' or self-reliant India by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Indians first prohibited video-sharing apps, which banned ByteDance owned TikTok, in June, and Zee Entertainment Enterprises launched its own app. It also saw a spike in video-sharing applications.