BGMI is all set to get relaunched in India. Krafton’s Battlegrounds Mobile India earlier known as PUBG has returned to the country after a long ban of 10 months. The Indian government has officially lifted the ban and the game will soon be available for download to all the Indian fans who had been waiting for it eagerly.
Most of you may be knowing that the Indian government had put a ban on this popular game because of some security reasons. When it was banned the game had over a hundred million users in the country. However, at present India has lifted the ban but it is only for three months. Know more details about it in this article below.
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BGMI is soon to be relaunched in India
The modified avatar of PUBG, BGMI was one of the most popular mobile games in India before its ban. The reason it got banned was security issues. The developers of this game were alleged of sharing Indian user’s data with China which could cause a threat to Indian user’s identity.
However, the rumors of it getting unbanned were in the air from some time back but there were no official announcements. The recent report confirms that the developer team of the popular game has secured the approval to relaunch BGMI from Indian authorities.
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BGMI will be available for download both on Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store. Some Android users who opted for the public test of the game before its launch can already download it through Google Play Store and BGMI’s official website but it is not visible within the app store.
Many players also reported that they are unable to play the game even after downloading it. According to the company’s official statement, there are some technical issues and they are working to fix them.
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At present BGMI is getting relaunched with a trial period of 90 days. Union Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajiv Chandrashekhar tweeted that the authorities will closely monitor the game within this time period on issues like user harm, addiction and etc before taking a final decision.
The company has addressed India’s concerns and will be trying to stick to the government’s regulations. They have also brought several alterations like changing the blood color from red to green. In the official release last week, Krafton India CEO Sean Hyunil Sohn expressed his gratitude to Indian authorities for following them to resume operations of BGMI and to the Indian gaming community for their support and patience.