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All Indian users' data is stored locally
The revised policy states that PUBG Mobile servers are located in India for users here and in Singapore, Hong Kong SAR and the US.
Their support, engineering and other teams are located in their offices globally including the People’s Republic of China (PRC), India (for users here), US and Hong Kong SAR who will have access to user information.
Largely it means that data is not being sent overseas and is stored right in the country. It is also not being sold to third parties for any purpose. Otherwise, nothing else changes for players here - you can keep playing as you were.
You can read the entire policy here.
PUBG Mobile has stated that user data is stored anywhere seven to 30 days until after your account has been deleted. If you don’t opt for account deletion, then your data will be stored for a year before being automatically deleted.