Bad news for PUBG Mobile India lovers as it makes new privacy policy

The PUBG Mobile India was banned by the Indian Government in September 2020 due to security and privacy concerns. At present, the Indian version of PUBG Mobile India is named Battlegrounds Mobile India and is generating a lot of trends these days. It would not be wrong to inform that lakhs of PUBG Mobile India fans across are eagerly waiting for re-launch as Battlegrounds Mobile India.

Although the fans are unaware of the new privacy policy of Battlegrounds Mobile India will put them in shock and disappointment as various terms of services and privacy policy of Battlegrounds Mobile India are different from the previous PUBG Mobile India. It has taught that Battlegrounds Mobile India developers Krafton are going to launch the new game with policies that no longer will support the previous ones.

PUBG Mobile India having banned last year was the main reason why Krafton has decided to launch Battlegrounds Mobile India with policies that can support the security and privacy policy of the Indian Government. The new policies which will be shown in Battlegrounds Mobile India are that all Battlegrounds Mobile India gamers under 18 have to ask for permission from their parents to play such game. Second, gamers below the age of 18 will not be able to play Battlegrounds Mobile India for more than three hours.

Third, the gamers under 18 will have to register for Battlegrounds Mobile India and need to use their parent’s mobile number for confirmation purposes. If the parent feels the child is heavily attracted to Battlegrounds Mobile India and spending many hours playing the game then the parents can also contact the developer to disable their child’s account.

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