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BGMI ban mentioned in Krafton quarterly meet

Krafton has been involved with the Indian government on solving a critical matter of unbanning PUBG Mobile in the country. In a recent quarterly earnings call, Bae Dong-Geun, the CFO of the Krafton said that it understands the concerns of Indian government and is fully cooperating with authorities to bring the game back.

BGMI was recently banned in India on the account of being a threat to user privacy and its links with China. Following this action, the game vanished from all the official fronts and only remained on the phones of users who have not deleted it yet.

Krafton had said that they would be meeting with the concerned authorities to solve this issue and soon afterwards, they were given a time frame of fourteen days to provide evidence that shrugs off the provided allegations.

According to the AFKGaming, Krafton has discussed this issue in one of their quarterly meetings. The statement provided by the CFO of the company is as follows:

We fully respect and understand the Indian government’s concern and as we have been directly running the service based on stringent data security standards and monitoring. We will closely cooperate with the authorities to find ways for the users in India to keep enjoying BGMI.

– Bae Dong-Geun, CFO, Krafton

BGMI is banned in the country and some consider that this ban is of a temporary nature so there is a hope for all BGMI fans that the game might return back in India.

Krafton has now officially confirmed that they are working with the government and have provided “stringent data security standards and monitoring” services to their product.


Divyesh Moghe
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