BGMI breaks silence on getting banned
BGMI breaks silence on getting banned

BGMI ban update – Team BGMI, Krafton finally breaks its silence on getting banned and claims that the security and privacy of its users are confidential. The famous South Korean developer of video games, BGMI and PUBG, Krafton finally breaks its silence. Many statements from the company were released on its BGMI ban in India.

Neither Apple App Store nor Google Play Store has mobile recreation available for download. Many people who have Battlegrounds Mobile India already have access to it. As part of its efforts with the involved government, the company stated that it is trying to resolve the issues.

BGMI breaks silence on getting banned

Statement on BGMI mentioned, Hyunil Sohn, the CEO of Krafton India, “We kindly request you to wait to hear from us. We will keep you informed about further updates. We look forward to strengthing our partnerships and collectively fostering the gaming ecosystem in India.”

In its statement, the company mentioned that the safety and privacy of consumer information are of utmost importance. A statement from the company added that it has always complied with Indian laws.

Along with this, he also added, “We are committed to the Indian market and are positive about the opportunities in the country. At KraftonInc, the security and privacy of our user data are of utmost importance to us. We have always been compliant with all laws and regulations in India including data protection laws and regulations and will continue abiding by them.”

The company also mentioned that “There may be questions in your minds regarding the current situation about the country’s most loved game — BGMI. In line with this, we have been working hard to communicate our sincerity with the concerned authorities and resolve the issues.”

BGMI fan base, IT act, Authorities, and regulations

Also, it’s worth mentioning that finally, it accomplished around 100 million customers in India. Previously, the game was supposed to be introduced in 2021. According to Section 69 A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, the Central government banned PUBG in September 2020 in response to the issue of privacy breaches. In rumors, Tencent’s servers had been receiving consumer data from the sport.

Initially, Krafton talked to the federal government to clarify why the sport had been removed. A number of reports have additionally claimed that BGMI was also removed from the two main app stores that fall under the same IT Act category.

Anyways, it seems that the BGMI unban may take a while. Statements from the authorities and the company regarding the BGMI unban aren’t promising for now. But, the fans who installed the game are waiting and worried about the next update. The next update might stop their access to the game. However, the movements and steps towards the unban of BGMI – took really fast to resolve the issues.

Let us know your views regarding the game and the current situation. Have you already installed the game before it was banned? or not?


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