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BGMI Unban Date Hinted By Krafton

BGMI Unban Date Hinted By Krafton || Here Everything We Know So Far 

The Indian government banned Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) earlier this year in July and the ban has yet to be lifted. 

  • Banning BGMI is possible because Krafton has given a big warning.
  • The company has created a new YouTube channel on BGMI with unlisted content.
  • Videos are also available on BGMI website.

Battlegrounds Mobile India, popularly known as BGMI, is rumored to be making a comeback by the end of the year. Several YouTubers and BGMI players have claimed to know Krafton's plan. But Krafton, which is the publisher of BGMI and holds the PUBG IP, has not said anything on the return of Battle Royale. However, a major caveat has now been omitted. Krafton has created a new BGMI player support channel on YouTube with a handful of videos, which are also available on the company's website.

Four videos on the channel talk about frequently asked questions, such as Prime/Prime Plus, payments and banning accounts. These videos are classified as user guides on the new YouTube channel and are also available on the BGMI website. According to MySmartPrice, while the four videos based on the tutorials are not public and unlisted, Krafton's creation of a new channel for BGMI content should be an indication that the company is working towards bringing the game back to the App Store. 

Why BGMI Got Banned Again?? 

Battlegrounds Mobile India was banned earlier this year in July for the same reasons cited by the Indian government when banning PUBG Mobile. But unlike the ban on PUBG Mobile, BGMI was removed from the App Store just in the name of ban. The government doesn't seem to have asked telecom service providers to block access to the game, which is why players who had BGMI installed on their devices during the ban are still accessing it today. But Crafton couldn't push any updates as both Google and Apple unpublished the game from their app stores.

Earlier, YouTubers claimed that BGMI could be repaid by the end of this year. While YouTuber Technical Guruji said the game could return in a new avatar this year, another streamer said the return could be as early as next year. The report also says that BGMI may return with a new name and a new publisher, meaning Krafton will either transfer the rights to BGMI to a different company or rename the Indian subsidiary to something else. 

At this point, it's all just speculation, and Crafton hasn't said anything about lifting the ban.

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