BGMI released for select users
The ban on Krafton’s popular battle royale game BGMI was lifted last week. Now the game developer has released this mobile game for select beta testers. This indicates that the BGMI game will soon be rolled out to all users. For your information, let us tell you that this game was banned in July last year and it was accused of violating the rule of user data privacy.
BGMI Beta Tester
According to Crafton, the BGMI game’s testing link has gone live, but upon opening it, most users are getting the message ‘App not available for this account Your account isn’t currently eligible for this app’s testing program’, as the game developer has sent invites to select players for beta testing. In such a situation, it is now being speculated that this Battle Royale game can be rolled out for all the players soon. However, the company is yet to announce the release date of the stable version of BGMI.
Two important rules related to the game
Crafton has made the rules of BGMI stricter this time for players who are below 18 years of age. The company says that if the player is below 18 years of age, then he will be able to play the game only for 3 hours a day. In addition, the player’s parents will be able to play the game only when they give permission to play the game.
The company said that for users whose age is less than 18 years, the maximum daily amount will be Rs 7000. At the same time, this amount will be changed on a daily basis.
CEO thanked the government
Krafton India CEO Hyunil Sohn thanked the government after lifting the ban on the game and said that we are very happy that the government has given permission to restart BGMI. He further added that we also thank the Indian gaming community for being so patient.
Recall that in the year 2021, game maker Crafton introduced PUBG in India under the name of BGMI. It was initially made available only for Android users and a month later it was released for iOS users. After this, the game maker company joined hands with many other brands for gaming events and soon BGMI became very popular among the people.
Ban imposed in July 2022
Battle royale game BGMI violated IT Act 69A and only after that it was banned, but now the ban has been lifted from this game. This mobile game is going to knock in India soon.