How BGMI Players Reacted on Free fire Ban in India with Hilarious Memes on Twitter: The Indian government recently prohibited the use of 54 apps in the country. Free Fire, a popular battle royale mobile game, is also among them. Even before the ban was reported, the game had vanished from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, and its removal was debated. The presence of “Garena Free Fire” on the government’s list of banned apps confirmed the news of the ban. Free Fire players are taken aback by the sudden ban, but some are also sharing memes on the occasion. These include BGMI players, who have seen their favorite battle royale game, PUBG Mobile, banned in 2020.
The game’s ban was both unfortunate and disheartening for fans of the popular BR shooter. For PUBG Mobile fans, who lost access to their beloved game in 2020, the development and suddenness of the situation were quite similar to PUBG Mobile Ban in India. Many BGMI (PUBG Mobile) fans, on the other hand, mocked Garena’s BR shooter’s ban. It is not an exaggeration to say that the ban sparked a meme frenzy on social media.
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Meanwhile Pubg players to Free fire players pic.twitter.com/09EGsqEtfZ
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Today is valentines day
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Now #FreeFireBanned ❌
Literally they : pic.twitter.com/dc0B1AClSZ
— Varsha saandilyae (@saandilyae) February 14, 2022
• PUBG was banned on 2 September 2021 #bgmi
• FF was banned on 12 February 2021 #freefirebanned
Right now PUBG to FF:- pic.twitter.com/yd5tBY0rPT
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However, since players can only access their accounts through MAX after Free Fire’s ban, nothing can be ruled out with certainty. The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology banned Free Fire for security reasons. The reasons for the ban and the events leading up to it were similar to those for the PUBG Mobile and TikTok bans.
According to a report, Garena issued a statement about the situation, saying, “We are aware that Free Fire is currently unavailable in the Google Play and iOS app stores in India, and that the game is currently unavailable for some users in the country.” We are working to resolve the issue and apologize to our users for any inconvenience.”