Battlegrounds Mobile India: Account Data transfer will be temporarily disabled from July 6. Battlegrounds Mobile India or BGMI is the most awaited game of the year. As the Pubg was banned by the Government Of India in September 2020 the whole Pubg community was eagerly waiting for its relaunch and Krafton was continuously trying to do so.
After rumors of its relaunch around Diwali takes over the internet the game was making headlines. The user was worried about their in-game purchases and UC, the Krafton finally confirmed that players can transfer their data from global account to Indian account after the game initially releases.
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The pre-registration was started in May and the game was initially launched early on June 18th, 2021 for limited users and open for all the very next day. The game is only available for Android users and iOS users are still waiting for its launch. After so much good news today Krafton announced that data transfer would be temporarily suspended after July 6th, 2021 till further notice.
Krafton took the help of the official Battlegrounds Mobile India Instagram page and stated: “Dear BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA fans, Currently, Krafton is providing a data transfer service to safely secure the data of fans from India. [What is data transfer?] Those who have played the PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik (“Prior App”) can transfer their account data to the BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA (“New App”) and continue playing. The data transferred accounts are eligible for rewards. Given below link can be used for referring in case if any help is needed.
Data transfer service details (https://bit.ly/3jBQnbo) Maintenance will proceed upon the data transfer service; accordingly, we’d like to inform you that the transfer service will be temporarily shut down during the period indicated as below : Period: July 6th ~ until further notice” We apologize for the inconvenience caused due to the temporary shutdown of the data transfer. Those who wish to transfer their data, please do so before July 6th.”