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Since its introduction last year, Battlegrounds Mobile India, or BGMI, has succeeded to captivate the Indian market, fast-rising to become one of the most popular titles in the country. The game has a significant and active fandom in the United States, as well as a burgeoning esports industry.
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Following the recent ban just on the popular battle royale game Free Fire. Rumors of a ban appeal on BGMI have surfaced. Following that, another report was publish about the IT Ministry’s response to a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) on the same subject.
An NGO has filed an appeal against the BGMI (PRAHAR)
Battlegrounds Mobile India, according to PRAHAR, a non-governmental organization (NGO) focused on socio-economic development. Poses a threat to India’s security, and the government has been request to restrict it in the country.
PRAHAR said in a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Electronics and. Information Technology that PUBG was reintroduce to India under the name “Battlegrounds Mobile India” by a Tencent-backed corporation to dodge Indian lawmakers (Krafton).
Tencent is the second-largest shareholder in Krafton, with a 15.5 percent stake, according to the company. Second, they claimed that the Chinese firm had stakes in several of the promoter’s firms. Allowing them to exert control over the company through covert private dealings.
The NGO’s national convenor and president, Abhay Mishra, stated:
“In the so-called new avatar,’ BGMI-PUBG is identical to the previous PUBG, with Tencent remaining in control in the background.”
The Ministry of Information Technology’s answer to the Public Interest Litigation
A PIL was filed in the Telangana High Court a few days ago by Hyderabad-base lawyer Anil Stevenson Jangam. Demanding that the battle royale title be ban.
According to IANS, the PIL stated:
“BGMI and the prohibited PUBG Mobile are the identical game with only minor differences in appearance. The new Battlegrounds Mobile India application carries all of the risks that the previous version. Which was banned, did to our children and teenagers. As a result, the new version is similarly deserving of being ban.”
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