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In Less Than 24 Hours, BGMI Tops The Indian Google Play Charts

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Exactly 7 Months ago, The world’s One of the most popular Battle Royale titles, PUBG Mobile, was banned by the Indian government along with few other Chinese apps due to conflicts between both countries.

Two months ago, South Korea-based Gaming Company, Krafton has announced the return of its most popular game, PUBG Mobile, in India. This new version will come in a new branding called Battlegrounds Mobile India.

After a long wait, Krafton officially launched Battlegrounds Mobile India for android earlier this week and the support it received was massive. BGMI topped the play store with over 10 Million downloads within 24 hours of launch. However, there is no information regarding the iOS version of BGMI from krafton’s side.

The support for Battlegrounds Mobile India is so high that, it surpassed Freefire and became the #1 Top grossing game and the Top 2 free game in the Indian region.

BGMI pre-registrations on Android hit 40 million

Krafton via a press release revealed that Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registrations on Android hit 40 million, with 20 million users in the early access program.” I am very happy to introduce ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India”, says Kim Chang Han, The Chief Executive Officer of Krafton.

Players can redeem the limited “India ka Battlegrounds” gift reward and gamers can get rewards for 1 million 5 million downloads and 10 million downloads. However, the “India ka battlegrounds” reward is only limited to those who pre-registered the game. The reward is redeemable till August 19th 23:59:59.

“Thank you all for spending your precious time with BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA. Krafton will do its best to provide you a pleasant gaming experience. Various in-game events are prepared in celebration of the launch. Join now and redeem before the deadline!” Krafton said in their press release.


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