Akshay Kumar Launches FAU-G after PUBG Ban in India!

Akshay Kumar has announced a new shooting game’s development. This shooting game is touted as the Indian version of PUBG. The game is titled ‘FAU-G, Fearless, And United-Guards’.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for Atmanirbhar (self-reliant) India during the pandemic. This step by the Bollywood Superstar is huge towards the Prime Ministers’ vision for the nation.

Akshay Kumar Launches FAU-G
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Akshay Kumar And CEO of GOQii Made The Game!

Vishal Gondal, CEO of GOQii announced the title through his official Twitter account. nCore Games have developed the game under Akshay Kumar’s mentorship. The actor and the developers have officially declared that 20% of the game’s revenue will be donated towards a trust.

Check Vishal’s tweet below! (Click on the ‘date’ to go to the twitter page)

This trust is exclusively for India’s braveheart soldiers. The trust is called ‘Bharat Ke Veer’. The Home Minister of India has created this trust and will indeed be given to India’s ‘Bravehearts’.

Akshay Kumar announced the news through his Twitter account.

Check out his official tweet below! (Click on the ‘date’ to go to the twitter page)

Vishal also sold his gaming business to Display for around $100million back in 2012.

Why Now?

Earlier this week, on September 2, the Union Ministry of Information and Technology, India banned 118 Chinese media apps. One of these apps was PUBG Mobile. PUBG is very famous and one of the most played games in India.

Akshay Kumar Launches FAU-G
Source: Twitter

FAU-G is a great initiative as it does not only represent just a game but is much bigger than that. This game is a step forward towards Atmanirbhar (self-reliant) India. Also, the game’s revenue will help Indian Soldiers and will, in turn, help the entire nation.

We will bring more details very soon. Until then, stay tuned and keep reading for the latest updates!






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