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Battlegrounds Mobile India may get banned after the request of the Former Union Minister and Current Arunachal Pradesh MLA Ninong Ering. The Battlegrounds Mobile India will launch soon.

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The Battlegrounds Mobile India may get banned again. Battlegrounds Mobile India is the new rebrand of the PUBG Mobile India game. The government of India has banned the PUBG Mobile game in September in India. PUBG tried to come back to India after the ban.

Finally, The game is ready to launch in India soon after the ban. PUBG Mobile India fans are ready to play one of the most favorite Battlegrounds games. But now it seems that the game will be banned again. Today I am explaining to you about Battlegrounds Mobile India. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

Also, Read Battlegrounds Mobile India game opened for pre-registration

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Battlegrounds Mobile India may be banned again in India

The Pre-registration of the game has started on 18th May. After the Pre-registration started The former Union Minister and Current Arunachal Pradesh MLA Ninong Ering wrote a letter on Saturday (May 22) to the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji and requested a ban on the new Battlegrounds Mobile India game. MLA Ninong Ering specified in the letter that the new upcoming game is “the relaunch of PUBG Mobile”.

Also, Read Beware! Battlegrounds Mobile India fake apps are available on the Play Store

He pointed out that the Google Play Store terms and conditions for listing Battlegrounds Mobile India mention the PUBG Mobile term. He also alleged that Krafton India which the company hired employed by Tencent. Tencent is a Chinese technology firm that was the leading investor of PUBG Mobile.

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According to the IGN India report “Abhishek Singhvi the Current Member of Parliament also soon jumped on the bandwagon, alleging that releasing the Battlegrounds Mobile India allows Tencent’s re-entry into the Indian gaming market”. The Ninong Ering also called out Krafton’s $22.4 million investment in homegrown gaming firm Nodwin and said that it is a matter of security concern.

There is no announcement for the ban of the game. But if Prime Minister Narendra Modi or the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and The Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (Meity) hear the request of the MLA Ering then may get banned or face trouble in the launch. Battleground Mobile India has yet to say anything about this.

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