Akshay Kumar launches PUBG's alternative FAU-G game, 20% of earnings to be donated to Army Trust


Bangla Hunt Desk: Popular mobile game PUBG has been banned in India. This time the alternative of this game is Akshay Kumar. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has taken to Twitter to highlight the FAU-G clash with PUBG. This Twitter post of Akshay Kumar is going very viral. Akshay Kumar also said that a portion of the proceeds from the game will be donated to the Bharat Ke Bir Trust.

Akshay Kumar tweeted, ‘I am very happy to present to you the action game FAU-G in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign for a self-reliant India. Apart from entertainment, players can also learn about the sacrifices of the soldiers through this app. 20 per cent of the proceeds from the game will be donated to the India K Bir Trust.

The Indian government has banned several Chinese apps for security reasons due to border disputes with China. Yesterday, the government banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, including PUBG. Earlier, the Modi government had banned Chinese apps. The government recently banned 59 Chinese apps, including the popular TickTock app. The government's move is being seen as a digital strike against China.

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