Google responds after deleting game

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India Mobile Battlegrounds, the biggest BR game in India, has been officially removed from all official app stores. This includes the widely used Google Play Store and Apple App Store. A similar scenario was seen with PUBG Mobile before the game was banned in the country. Relevant officials have now released their statements.

BGMI is banned in India according to sources close to TalkEsport. The official government source suggests that the game is banned due to data privacy concerns and its ties to China. A similar audience was seen when PUBG Mobile was banned in the country.

Confirmation of this ban has been pending since the official application developed by Krafton has been removed from Google Play as well as from the Apple App Store. A Google spokesperson responded to this, according to the Report News18. The declaration is as follows:

“Upon receipt of the order, in accordance with the established process, we informed the concerned developer and blocked access to the application which remained available on the Play Store in India.”

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This statement indicates that the developers, Krafton in this case, have been informed of this ban, but the statement made by Krafton suggests that they will discuss this issue with the respective officials. Their statement is as follows:

“We are clarifying how BGMI was removed from Google Play Store and App Store and will let you know once we get specific information.”


According to our sources, Krafton officials will arrange a meeting with MeitY and government officials regarding this restraining order and their response will decide the fate of BGMI in India.

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