Battlegrounds Mobile India: CAIT wants BGMI Banned again

CAIT wants BGMI Banned again. A letter to Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Honourable Union IT and Communication Minister has been written by CAIT demanding BGMI’s ban. According to him, the game will harm the Indian youth in many ways.

CAIT wants BGMI Banned again
CAIT wants BGMI Banned again

CAIT wants BGMI Banned again. PUBG Mobile used to the heart of the Indian Gaming Community, after its ban gamers all around the country got disappointed and they were hoping for a comeback from PUBG. Now that the Indian rebrand of PUBG Mobile, Battlegrounds Mobile India is here, all the gamers are hyped more than ever.

CAIT wants BGMI Banned again

A letter to Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Honourable Union IT and Communication Minister has been written by CAIT demanding BGMI’s ban. According to him, the game will harm the Indian youth in many ways. He also claimed BGMI is a harmful or negative thing for national sovereignty. Security of the country.

Last year, PUBG Mobile was banned under the Information Technology ACT’s Section 69A in September 2020. Battleground Mobile is the Indian adaptation of PUBG Mobile for Indian players. Krafton claimed BGMI has no connection with China anymore but not everyone trusting them as of now.

CAIT claimed the game is extremely similar to the earlier version of the game, PUBG Mobile, and they want BGMI Banned again. The game is made for Indian players and only Indian players can play the game but BGMI allegedly transfers data to Singapore and various other regions.

Krafton responded to the allegations and statements on its official website saying that the game’s creator, that is, KRAFTON, and blockbuster IP’s owner, that is, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, are working for fully complying with the regulations and laws of India as they are leading up to the Battlegrounds Mobile India’s official launch in India.


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