Regarding the return of BGMI, Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar, who looks after the Department of Entrepreneurship, Skill Development, Electronics and Technology, confirmed through a tweet that the game will be closely monitored for the first 3 months. After that a decision will be taken to permanently lift the ban from the game. Which will be the decision of the Government of India. On the other hand, on behalf of the CEO of Krafton India, it has been said that the company is committed to provide quality services and products to the Indian users.
This is a 3 month trial approval of #bgmi aftr it has complied wth issues of server locations n data security etc.
We will keep a close watch on other issues of User harm, Addiction etc in next 3 months before a final decision is taken @GoI_MeitY @PMOIndia https://t.co/9SrYekrHXz
— Rajeev Chandrasekhar 🇮🇳 (@Rajeev_GoI) May 19, 2023
For this, the company has also started the work of upgrading the servers of BGMI. Users accessing the game are now being shown a popup message from Crafton indicating the game will be available soon. It reads (translated in Hindi), ‘Hello BGMI Fan! BGMI’s servers will be temporarily unavailable in order to bring you a better and bigger experience. While we work on improving your experience, your account will be secure, and your progress will be preserved. We will keep you informed about the upcoming developments and the release date of the game will also be informed on social media platforms.
Krafton is rapidly working towards making the game available to the users. It can be said that as soon as the game returns, a large number of users will download it, for which the company is running with full preparation, and upgrading the server. It has been said that the ban will be lifted from the game only for 90 days. Regarding this, it has also been clearly stated by Crafton that it will fully follow the rules laid down by the local authority in the game. Which will be related to the privacy and security of the country. If the company does not follow these rules, then the government can ban Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) again.
Gadgets 360 for the latest tech news, smartphone reviews and exclusive offers on popular mobiles Android Download the app and visit us Google News Follow up on