BGMI game returns after 10 months ban

BGMI game returns after 10 months ban: users will be able to download from today on Android mobile and from May 29 on ios devices

May 27, 2023 - 19:03
BGMI game returns after 10 months ban

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has become available for download on Android devices today i.e. Saturday (May 27). At the same time, this app will be available for iOS users on May 29.
However, the app is currently available to preload for Android users. Still can't play the game even after installing the app. The game will be available to play from May 29.
BGMI was banned last year on 28 July 2022 for playing with security. After this, the BGMI app was removed from Apple's App Store and Google Play Store. Before the ban, the number of users of BGMI games in the country had crossed the figure of 100 million within 1 year. BGMI was launched in India for the first time in 2021 after the PUBG ban in September 2020. Today after 10 months of the ban, the BGMI game has become available in Play Store.
Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO of Crafton, the company that developed BGMI, said, “We are thrilled to announce that Battlegrounds Mobile India is now available for preload. We are constantly striving to provide a smooth gameplay experience to our users and are excited to welcome everyone back.
Earlier, Sean Hyunil Sohan had said, 'Crafton Inc. We are committed to the Indian gaming ecosystem. Our approach has always been India-first, which serves as the foundation of all our endeavors. We believe in developing an ecosystem that fosters investment, growth, and innovation in the Indian gaming business.
Our aim is to increase development in India by promoting the use of new technology with the help of local developers. Along with this, we recognize Indian talent for skills and employment opportunities.
According to media reports, the government has temporarily lifted the ban on BGMI games for three months. In these three months, government officials will analyze and monitor BGMI operations.
If this game violates any rules of the country during this period, then it can be banned again. On the other hand, if it passes the monitoring phase without any problem, then the ban can be removed permanently.
According to media reports, Crafton has made many changes in the game according to the rules of India. The game will be regulated according to the rules of India. Along with this, break time reminders, gameplay limits, daily speed limits, and violent graphics have been removed. Apart from this, violence will also be reduced from the game.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer