Digital Desk, New Delhi. The PUBG (PUBG) game in India is set to launch once again in a new avatar. In the past, the company has also started pre-registration for Indian Android users. But before the launch, there has been a demand to ban the game. Actually, Union Minister and Arunachal Pradesh MLA has written a letter to PM Modi and demanded to ban the Battleground Mobile India.
Let us tell you that, PUBG game maker company Craftone had talked about making a comeback in India in the name of the new avatar Battleground Mobile India. After which the game lovers are eagerly waiting for it.
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What is said in the letter
Arunachal Pradesh MLA Ninong Ering has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding the ban of attlegrounds Mobile India. He says that Kraftone, the company developing the game, is launching the game bypassing Indian law. Also, this game is a version of PUBG.
Ninong Ering has said, ‘With a slight change, it is a trick to relaunch PUBG and nothing else. Through this, data of millions of citizens will be stolen and data will be sold to foreign companies other than the Chinese government.
Pre-registration on Google Play Store
It is known that in the past, Kraftone had issued a statement saying that, this game will be free for both Android and iOS users. Pre-registration fans will be able to claim for specific rewards. These rewards will be for Indian players only.
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Registration has started on the Google Play Store for this game, although the company has not yet given any official information about the launch of the game. You can search the game under the name of BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA on Google Play Store. Here the name is written with KRAFTON, Inc.