Finally, the wait is over for Indian players who are eagerly waiting for PUBG to come back to India. Today Krafton Officially announced the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pre-Registration date which is set to be held on May 18 on the Google Play Store. This means that after pre-registering for the game the users will get notified when the game is available on the Play Store.
The original Krafton’s PUBG Mobile was banned in India the last September with several other Chinese Apps. Indian Government banned the game due to the tensions between the two great nations. After the ban, many PUBG players got disappointed and now finally the game is back in India with a new name “Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI)”.
There is no clue about the release date yet but likely the game will available soon after the pre-registration link goes live. But now the question arises that when the game will be available on IOS devices as no pre-register date is yet announced by the company but all we have to wait for some time and Krafton will surely release the date for IOS users also.
Battlegrounds Mobile India Pre-Registration
In a recent press release company claims that the users which pre-register for the game will get special rewards yet it is unknown that what rewards will be given to the users. Also they added “These are the special rewards which will be only given to the Indian players.”
Now if you don’t know how to pre-register for the game then first you have to go to the Google Play Store and search for the Battlegrounds Mobile India app then you have to click on the pre-register button shown on your screen instead of the install option.
As for the rewards which the company promises for pre-register players they will automatically claim them when the game will launch.
The game will be available to download for free after the launch just like the previous original PUBG Mobile.
BGMI Confirmations: Age Restrictions and Spending Limits
In a recent press release company also confirmed about some restrictions to be posed on minor players (Under 18) which includes the playing hour of the game and the spending limits. As we all know recently when the PUBG Mobile is not banned in India many news were published about the Minors spending alot of time playing the game and therefore face many serious health issues.
To avoid such incident Krafton finally decided to restrict the playing hours of the players who are under the age of 18. Moreover, the company also announced that the players under 18 may first have to get permission from their parents to play the game before entering into it. They first have to register a phone number which should belong to their parents or guardians only after the confirmation the Minor will be allowed to play the game.
Further most the company said that their will be a play time restriction for Minors now they can only play the game only for 3 hours a day. It is still not confirmed that how the company will confirm the ages of the players. The developer is also restricting their spending limits. Previously, there were reports of teens spending lakhs of rupees on the game for in-app purchases. Now, it will be limited to Rs 7,000 per day for under 18 players, with regard to the in-app purchases.