The discussion about the relaunching of PUBG Mobile India has intensified.
PUBG has posted another job on LinkedIn in India, after which speculations about the game’s relaunch in India have intensified.
South Korea based PUBG has posted another job on LinkedIn in India, the job is for Product Manager. The company has sought 3 to 5 years of experience in UI / UX from a professional for this post. The company is trying to promote the local feature in this game. After this job post, this rumor is getting strong that will this game be launched in India soon? Is the company setting up its team in India so that it can start its operations soon after the ban is lifted? All the jobs are for the company’s India headquarters in Bangalore.
As per the job listing, the company is giving preference to candidates with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in business or engineering who have 3 to 5 years of experience or have passed out from a top tier college. The company is also seeking analytical skills in the candidate as well so that the candidate can design the life cycle for the game for the company, and business metrics for the company as well as help in growing the regional reach in India.
The job description ranges from working with a product data analyst to a project manager to analyze the user experience of the game to improving the performance and features of the company’s game. The company also expects the candidate to be able to present the results of the game in front of the company’s stakeholders. The company will limit this new job only for the battle royale mode, in which the candidate can further improve the already existing features.
Already posted job
This is not the first job post of the company in India, even before this important job posts like Associate Director Investment & Strategy, Product Analyst and Senior Marketing Manager have already been posted in India. With this the company has not lost hope for its relaunch in India, rather the company is hopeful for the reentry of this game in India with more resources than before.