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Battlegrounds Mobile India New Rules and Restrictions

Krafton has officially announced the return of PUBG Mobile in India with a new identity. This new title named “Battlegrounds Mobile India” will be launching in the country in upcoming weeks and the developers have made some strict changes in their privacy policy and Terms of service for the Indian player base.

PUBG Mobile was blocked in India due to lack of transparency in user data security and privacy issues. Krafton reiterated their privacy policy before the ban but still could not evade the banhammer. This time, the developers have clearly emphasized on this point and addressed it very clearly.

Krafton included a complete statement in their announcement post which clears that they consider user privacy as their “top priority” and will comply to all the applicable rules and regulations in India. This clarifies the main concerns of user privacy. Furthermore, they have imposed a new set of rules for the underage players.

The developers are trying to promote a healthier play style for their underage fan base by posting some restrictions on them. Players who are 18 or below need to comply to these new rules and they are as follows:

  1. If you are under 18 years of age, you will only be able to play the game maximum of 3 hours a day.
  2. If you are under 18 years of age, the maximum daily amount of using our paid service will be 7,000 INR.
  3. Underage players need to provide mobile phone number of their guardian to legally play the game. Guardians can also contact the developers if their number is registered without consent.

These changes heavily change the way underage players can play PUBG Mobile. Battlegrounds Mobile India will only be made available to a very limited amount of time and after a proper consent of their guardians. Those who may try to exploit this system and register without consent cannot completely evade these restrictions as the guardians can contact Krafton and request for information clean-up as well.

Divyesh Moghe
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