BGMI Ban Update: Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’

BGMI Ban Update – Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’: Following the ban of…

BGMI Unban Date: Krafton might announcea a few changes in Battlegrounds Mobile India, and release date soon, ALL DETAILS about the BGMI Ban in India Latest
BGMI Unban Date: Krafton might announcea a few changes in Battlegrounds Mobile India, and release date soon (Image via Krafton)

BGMI Ban Update – Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’: Following the ban of the popular title, BGMI, A group of gaming companies in India requested Prime Minister Modi to offer a “uniform and fair treatment” to all entities operating in the South Asian market. The group has written a joint letter describing the ongoing situation and its effect on the community. Here is all you need to know about its latest developments. For more news and information related to the BGMI ban, follow InsideSport.IN.

Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi

The letter, signed by founders of Outlier Games, Story Pix, Lucid Labs, Roach Interactive, Godspeed Games, Uniplay Digital, and four other companies, mentions India has been “lagging considerably in creating high skilled entrepreneurs” and global gaming giants have opted for a “long-term vision” on fostering the local ecosystem.

BGMI Ban Update: Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’. Read more on Battlegrounds Mobile India ban.
BGMI Ban Update: Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’. So, read more on Battlegrounds Mobile India ban.

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“While capital and infrastructure are critical to the survival and development of the industry, the leading global video gaming companies with their experience and next-generation technology are needed for establishing a robust gaming eco-system in India. Therefore, we seek a uniform and fair treatment of all entities operating in India,” said the letter. Credit to TechCrunch for reviewing the letter.

Battlegrounds Mobile India –  BGMI ban Update

The government of India banned South Korean giant Krafton’s Battlegrounds Mobile India late last month. Before the ban, the popular title had over 100 million registered users in the country. Reuters reported that the GOI blocked the title under section 69A of the local IT law over concerns that it was sharing data with China.

BGMI BanBGMI Ban Update: Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’. Read more on Battlegrounds Mobile India ban.
BGMI Ban Update: Gaming Companies request India Prime Minister Modi for ‘uniform and fair treatment to all’. So, read more on Battlegrounds Mobile India ban.

Meanwhile, Krafton also issued statements on the ban looking for ways to bring back the game. However, with the China links involved with BGMI and its servers, it is most likely the game will not return to India. That is unless Krafton decides to change and lay out the game as stipulated by GoI. For future updates of Battlegrounds Mobile India, follow InsideSport.IN.

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