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What is Section 69A of the IT Act? Why BGMI was banned in India, Check Details

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What is Section 69A of the IT Act? Why BGMI was banned in India, Check Details

Recently, BGMI was unexpectedly removed from both the Google Play Store and App store. This news has blown up many players’ minds and the whole Indian mobile gaming community. Players have already gone through this previously with the ban of Free Fire and the PUBG Mobile.

Yes, the time has finally come to accept the nightmare that individuals will no longer be able to get the game from any authentic downloading site. The government has not officially announced the ban or removal but the app was removed from those platforms.

As the news says that some in-game database was caught sharing and mining with china. Therefore, with the concern of the government, Section 69 A of India’s IT Act was pursued to block public access to those applications in order for the nation’s security and other issues. The same Act was imposed previously in the removal of PUBG Mobile from India. Follow us for more updates. BGMI banned

Further information about Section 69A of the IT act and BGMI Ban

As per your kind information players should know the actual work of Section 69A under the government. Here this IT act provides the access to the governments to block any public access to any information through any computer resource. Here from overall news and from the government response to the game, we have properly understood the actual reasons for the ban of BGMI in India. The game has violated certain laws which are against the rules thus leading to the suspension or the restriction of the game. 

Krafton response regarding the issue

Following the news of the BGMI ban in India, the CEO of Krafton Sean Hyunil Sohn recently revealed a statement saying that security and privacy are the topmost priority for any nation and they are sorry for what has happened. He further says that he agrees with India’s laws and regulations of India.

Moreover, the CEO Season Hyunil Sohn also thanked the Indian players for their unlimited love and support towards BGMI and also asked them for a bit more time because Krafton has started looking for the issues granted and is trying to resolve them as soon as possible.

Note- Players must note panic and should wait for the final call from the government.

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