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Krafton announces the return of BGMI in India, Know more details

By Real11 - May 22 2023 718 Views
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BGMI sets to make its comeback in India

Online gaming app Battlegrounds Mobile India will resume operations in India. Significantly, the government has lifted the ban on the app for a trial period of three months. South Korean gaming company is the owner of Krafton Battlegrounds Mobile India.

In a Tweet, MoS for Electronics and IT, Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that BGMI has approved a trial period of 3 months after following up on server locations and data security issues.

BGMI has been made available only for Android users. Users can download it from Play Store. Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO of Krafton India has informed us about its return. BGMI CEO said “We are highly grateful to the Indian authorities for allowing us to resume operations of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). We would like to extend our gratitude to our Indian gaming community for their support and patience over the past few months. We are excited to announce that BGMI will be available for download soon and we cannot wait to welcome you back to our platform.”

Only Android users will get the option to download BGMI, users must have Google Play Store to download it. There users simply have to search Battlegrounds Mobile India in the app. One can find out whether this is the same app or not by writing Krafton, Inc. The game has over 4.4 ratings on the play store and it will take 735 MB of users to download it from Google Play Store.

It was revealed in the new report that for the return of BGMI, Krafton will have to fulfil certain conditions set by the government. The company has reportedly been asked to present the game for 90 days with a deadline each day. 

The government also informed BGMI that there is no problem now regarding server location and data security. So the Korean-based gaming app can take a trial of three months. Amid the ongoing trial within three months, the government will take care of the safety and addiction of the users.  This will give a boost to the fast-growing e-support industry in India. This app was banned by the government last year. Krafton had earlier claimed that in July 2022, BGMI crossed the mark of 100 million registered users.

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