PUBG Alert! BGMI Mobile Game Now Available To Play For All Indian Users

New Delhi: South Korean video game developer Crafton on Tuesday said that the video game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available to play for all users in India as it is available for download for both Android and iOS users.

“Following a staggered rollout that began on May 29, the game is now playable for all users,” the company said.

In addition, the company has introduced the BGMI game with the 2.5 update which includes a new map – Nusa, in-game events, weapon upgrades and new skins.

Promoting responsible gaming practices, Crafton stated that the playing time for users under the age of 18 would be three hours while for the rest of the players it would be six hours daily, with parental verification and for minors The daily spending limit will continue to be part of the game.

The Government of India was the first to ban the Krafton marquee that offered PUBG in the country. Krafton later announced the launch of the BGMI game in May 2021.

The Government of India then ordered Google and Apple under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 to block the BGMI Gaming app from their respective online stores.

Meanwhile, Krafton has announced its esports YouTube channel and Instagram page for the country.

The channel, named Crafton India Esports, aims to promote the growth of the eSports ecosystem in the country, the company said in a statement.

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