Tech News Desk Battle Ground Mobile India, known to all gamers as BGMI, has received full approval from the Government of India. This means that the trial period of the game is over and you will be able to continue playing the game. This information has come out from a report by Moneycontrol. From May 2023, the government had restarted BGMI in the country. For the next 3 months this game was under the supervision of the government. The government has not found any flaws in the game during the audit period, after which Crafton has received full approval from the government.
However, even now the government will audit the game every 3 months. If any problem is found in the application like before, then the government can ban the game again. Let us tell you, BGMI’s rival – Garena Free Fire – has also been cleared to return to India after being suspended for almost a year and a half. That means now you will be able to play this game again.
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BGMI is one of the highest grossing apps on the Google Play Store after the ban was lifted. The game was launched on a trial period of 3 months in May after getting a clean chit on issues related to server location and data security. Now the game has been cleared for further development as well. Let me tell you, before the suspension last year, BGMI and Free Fire were among the highest-grossing Android apps in India and were downloaded by millions of people. Even after returning from the ban process, BGMI remains on top.
Also note that the new BGMI is quite different from the previous one. In the new game, time has been fixed for children under 18 years of age. Also, they have to take permission from their parents to play the game. People over the age of 18 can play the game for up to 6 hours a day. Apart from this, the government has also fixed the spending limit of the game at Rs 7,000.