Battlegrounds Mobile India Removed from Play Store & App Store, does it banned again in India? Well, this article will help you to know more about it. So, stick till the end.
Battlegrounds Mobile India, often known as BGMI, appears to have been banned in India today in an unexpected turn of events. The famous battle royale game PUBG Mobile by Krafton has been taken down from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store for its India-specific edition. Let’s examine every aspect of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Removed or banned.
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Battlegrounds Mobile India Removed from Play Store & App Store
BGMI gamers rushed to social media and online forums to express their dissatisfaction with the game’s removal from the Play Store late this evening. Reports of the game being deleted from the iOS App Store have subsequently surfaced online, increasing speculation about the game’s prohibition in India.
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We independently checked the reports, and BGMI is not accessible for download on our devices in the Play Store or the iOS App Store. As shown in the picture below, searching for BGMI on the Play Store yields PUBG Mobile alternatives but skips over the title in question.
Furthermore, the Krafton Inc. publisher profile on the Google Play Store for Android only shows the freshly published PUBG New State game. But that’s not all. Numerous pieces of evidence back up this article’s recommendation to remove the Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) game from India. On the PC, we also looked for the BGMI Play Store listing, and sure enough, the game has been taken down.
BGMI just revealed that it has over 100 million gamers and recently celebrated its one anniversary in India. Now, less than a month later, the game (an India-exclusive clone of PUGB Mobile, which was banned a few years back) has mysteriously vanished, leaving us to wonder if BGMI (aka PUBG Mobile) has been banned in India once more. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
There is currently no official statement from the government or the game’s creator, Krafton. So, keep tuned for additional details. On July 28, a Google representative verified the removal of BGMI from the Play Store under a court order in an official statement to TechCrunch.
Check out the complete statement, “On receipt of the order, following established process, we have notified the affected developer and have blocked access to the app that remained available on the Play Store in India.” Stay tuned for further details as Krafton investigates the request to remove the game from Indian app stores.