Battlegrounds Mobile India: Krafton’s official statement on recent concerns regarding data transfer of BGMI. The early access of Battlegrounds mobile India developed by Krafton was launched recently for Android users. Millions of people have downloaded and played the newly launched game and are enjoying it. But recently there were concerns raised regarding data of players being transferred to third-party servers in China. PUBG mobile was banned in September 2020 due to this very same problem of data transfer to third-party Chinese servers. This concern has shocked and scared the players who have been playing the early access of the newly launched game.
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Krafton officially gave their statement on Instagram yesterday regarding the concerns of data transfer of BGMI to Chinese and third-party servers. They claim to be implementing the industry’s toughest standards for data handling and security during the early access period of the newly launched Indian version of PUBG mobile called BGMI.
Krafton says that they are aware of the recent concerns of data handling and are taking serious and concrete actions towards player data safety and privacy. They claim to be working tirelessly to provide a distinct battle royale experience in a safe and secure environment. Battlegrounds mobile India agrees that they use third-party solutions to provide unique game features. In this process, some data is transferred to third-party servers as well.
According to Krafton, any data transferred to third parties is only to enable certain game features and it is common in all Global mobile games and apps. They will closely monitor and protect any data transferred to unexpected IP addresses before launching the official game.