The BGMI makers, Krafton Inc., is given a time of 14 days by the authorities to prove their innocence. Sources close to TalkEsport disclosed that Krafton is in the process of providing evidence that clears the data privacy issues and its links with China.
Indian government blocked the access to BGMI under the Section 69(A) of IT Act. Our preliminary report disclosed that the authorities have concerns over data migration policies and its Chinese connections. The official action was taken soon and Krafton has been working with the authorities since then to bring the game back in India.
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As a part of this effort, Krafton has provided evidence that the company’s flagship battle royale game has no connections with China whatsoever.
Krafton Given 14 Days By Indian Govt. To Prove No Chinese Link
Sources close to TalkEsport have informed us that Krafton has presented its case to the government on the independence of its operations and data from Chinese influence.
They have further emphasized that the company’s data and other privacy matters and that the data are not handled irresponsibly.
This new evidence provided to the Indian government can turn into substantial proof for the case of Krafton. If the evidence is considered authentic and establishes that the connection between BGMI and China does not exist, there is a chance that BGMI’s ban might get lifted.
Krafton will also be meeting with MeitY officials in the provided time period to present such evidence and prove their innocence in this case. The provided time is very crucial for BGMI developers as it decides the fate of BGMI.
BGMI community in India is eagerly waiting for the officials to solve this matter and bring back the India’s biggest mobile game. There is also a strong possibility that BGMI might get unbanned in the future.