Villager Esports owner, Ghatak, and Dynamo respond to Battlegrounds Mobile India ban call

Players who pre-registered will receive four in-game perks.

Credit: Battlegrounds Mobile India YouTube

Battlegrounds Mobile India : Indian gamers have been waiting for redemption ever since PUBG Mobile was banned in India. The ban has left gamers in a loop of waiting and false rumours. Since the official announcement was made in last April, the return of PUBG Mobile as Battlegrounds Mobile India is the talk of the town. Even though the game’s official release hasn’t been announced, the pre-registration of Battlegrounds Mobile India has already started. Players who pre-registered will receive four in-game perks. Players will receive Recon set, Recon mask, Celebration Expert tag and 300 AG currency.

Calls to get Battlegrounds Mobile India banned

Ninong Ering, MLA from Arunachal Pradesh wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging the connections of Krafton with China. In his letter, he requested the PM to ban Battlegrounds Mobile India. He wrote “big threat to security of India & privacy of our citizens and a way to circumvent & disregard our laws.”

After Ering, Telangana MP demands investigation into Krafton & Tencent relationship.

According to Zee News, Arvind Dharampuri, MP, Nizamabad wrote to the IT Ministry & PMO. He asserted he had received a plea against the game from a local social activist, Sai Kumar. The letter sheds light on the Terms of Service and privacy policy of Battlegrounds Mobile India.

Villager Esports owner, Ghatak, and Dynamo respond to Battlegrounds Mobile India ban call

Popular PUBG Mobile content creator and one of the people telling updates on the game– Ghatak recently tweeted asking not to worry about the game and the calls for it to get banned. He just tweeted two words reassuring waiting players that the game will make a come back.

Even one of India’s biggest PUBG Mobile youtuber– Dynamo said the audience should not worry about the game. While answering someone’s question on live stream, Dynamo said “Why would there be an interruption? I don’t think so. Let’s hope for the best”

Besides all of these content creators, the owner of villager esports– Kuldeep Lather also tweeted asking people not to worry since the game is a Korean entity and not Chinese.



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