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PUBG is on its way to Microsoft Azure thanks to a collab with KRAFTON

Published: 08:42, 09 November 2020
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KRAFTON is working with Microsoft Azure to bring their portfolio of games over to the public cloud computing service. The upcoming deal will include PUBG on PC and consoles and PUBG MOBILE.

KRAFTON, Inc. -  a collective of independent game development teams responsible for various entertainment properties, including PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS and TERA, announced today it is working with Microsoft Azure.

According to the announcement, the collaboration has the goal of bringing KRAFTON's portfolio of multiplatform products to Microsoft Azure. Azure is Microsoft’s public cloud computing service.

The upcoming deal will include products directly operated by the company and its subsidiaries, including PUBG Corporation’s multiplayer battle royale PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) on PC and consoles, in addition to PUBG MOBILE. 

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Privacy and security are among the top priorities for KRAFTON. Because of this, the company will be closely collaborating with Microsoft in order to ensure personal data protection through Azure.

Microsoft Azure powers some of the biggest multiplayer games and features state-of-the-art security as well as the most comprehensive set of compliance offerings.

KRAFTON's collaboration with Azure will strive to ensure that privacy rights are respected and relevant software will be in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

It was pointed out in the announcement that KRAFTON will be working with Microsoft to introduce a verification process to ensure that storage of personally identifiable information of its players follows all appropriate requirements in the territories where KRAFTON and its subsidiaries operate gaming services - to further reinforce data security.

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