New Delhi. Bad news for Battleground Mobile India lovers. Following a government order, this app has been removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. There was no warning about this and suddenly people got this shock. However, Google has now confirmed that it has received a government order directing it to remove the popular online game. BGMI was banned in India by Crafton due to security risks, including the popular Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), a number of Chinese apps. A similar game, Garena Free Fire, was also banned in February this year.
As soon as #BGMI and #BGMIban started trending on Twitter, people started talking about this game. Then it came to know that this game has been removed from the Play Store. There were allegations against this video game that it was linked to violent incidents. Along with this, many concerns have also been expressed regarding data privacy and online security. According to a report, a Google spokesperson has confirmed that Battlegrounds Mobile India has been removed because of a government order.
The game’s developer, Crafton, claims to have invested over $100 million to develop BGMI and esports ecosport in India over the years. The company also recently announced that BGMI has crossed 100 million registered users. Changhan Kim, CEO, Crafton, said, “India is an important market for Crafton. We are extremely positive about the opportunities in the country and are committed to providing a strong gaming ecosystem. Our focus is on continuously enhancing the mobile gaming experience. focused towards.”