According to Krafton’s official website, the regulations and restrictions for Battlegrounds Mobile India have been put in place to safeguard the gaming environment.
Battlegrounds Mobile India, the updated version of PUBG Mobile for India, is anticipated to debut in the near future. The beta edition of Battlegrounds Mobile India has already been made available for everyone to play by Krafton, the South Korean company behind PUBG Mobile. Those interested may now download the game and sign up to be a beta tester via the Google Play Store.
However, before beta testers download the game from the Google Play Store and begin playing, they should review Krafton’s punishment criteria for players who do not adhere to the community policy or rules of conduct.
According to Krafton’s official website, the regulations and restrictions for Battlegrounds Mobile India were put in place to safeguard the gaming environment. The website states, “These Rules of Conduct are intended to govern essential requirements of user behavior in a consistent way to deal with different circumstances that may occur in the course of delivering the Game.”
Players who do not follow the Battlegrounds Mobile India rules and regulations may face prolonged suspensions or, in certain instances, permanent bans. The following is a list of infractions and the punishments associated with them:
Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registrations started on May 18.
In September 2020, the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile in the nation because to security concerns. The game, along with hundreds of other Chinese applications, was prohibited.