PUBG Corp. has announced that it has inked a deal with gaming megacorporation Tencent to publish PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in China. The cooperative effort will see the two work to secure a stable network system and to enhance anti-cheat measures in the game. "In addition, there are plans to create a fair and sustainable ecosystem by seeking co-existence with key stakeholders, including live streaming platforms, media and PC cafes".
The agreement should also streamline the process in dealing with government agencies including China's Audio-Video and Digital Publishing Association that recently stated that PUBG could "be harmful to young consumers".
You may remember, too, that Tencent recently purchased a 5% stake in Bluehole, the parent company of PUBG Corp.