Right now, Ubisoft said they do not have any plans to market Singh's game to South Asians specifically. But Singh, in an e-mail, said he has hope more South Asian children learn to play, no matter how they are introduced.
"Golf is a great game and it teaches valuable lessons to young people which are important for the future. Therefore, I think the more young people who are introduced to golf the better, and if this (video) game helps more children in India, Asia and around the world play golf then great. That would make me very happy," he said.
Hopefully Ubisoft releases it in India too like its previous title Tom Clancys Splinter Cell.
Hey Arun , i envy your luck mate hopefully you'll get to meet Daniel and even Vijay