Two years ago, VNG officially owned the copyright to release Call of Duty Mobile in the Vietnamese market. In Southeast Asia, this game belongs to Garena and this has created controversy in the community of players in the country. Because, everyone thinks that Garena operates Esports products better than VNG and gamers cannot reserve an account from abroad to Vietnam.
But then, nothing will change when VNG is still the publisher of Call of Duty Mobile in Vietnam. As for Garena players, they had to find a way to overcome the barrier to continue to experience the SEA server. However, at that time, Call of Duty Mobile Garena’s Fanpage announced “Sorry, this game is only available in Singapore, Myanmar, Philippines and other regions under Garena’s publishing authority”.
It was this announcement that made Vietnamese gamers fall into a state of “warmth” when blaming VNG that it was Vietnam’s No. 1 publisher that made Garena SEA forced to issue a ban on Vietnamese players to force them to play the game. domestic version. It is not clear if this is true or not, but one thing is that after that, in many different ways, Vietnamese gamers still experience the international version of Call of Duty Mobile.
As for the VNG version, this game has fallen into a state of being severely damaged by hacking. The question is, if it goes to Garena, will Call of Duty Mobile get rid of the cheat hack problem? Probably not, because most of the current mobile Esports games in Vietnam are hacked. Only the developer can really prevent some of the hacking problem, and it is difficult for the publishing team to completely overcome this phenomenon.
Remember, Garena’s Lien Quan and Free Fire can’t escape the problem of being ravaged by hackers. Simply hacking is always one step ahead of NPH, so is Call of Duty Mobile and so is VNG or Garena.