Krafton Kickstarts Battlegrounds Mobile India Pre-registration in India on Google Play Store

The much-awaited Battlegrounds Mobile India is currently open for pre-registration on Google Play Store. Krafton had announced that the company will launch Battlegrounds Mobile India instead of PUBG Mobile India. The Battlegrounds Mobile India has replaced PUBG Mobile in India, which was banned in August 2020 following deadly border clash between India and China.

Krafton has announced that users in India will be able to pre-register for the Battlegrounds Mobile India game on Google Play Store ahead of the official launch. You will be able to claim special rewards specific to Indian players only if you pre-register for the game.

To pre-register for the Battlegrounds Mobile India game, you should navigate to the Google Play Store, locate the game, and select Pre-register.

Battlegrounds Mobile India

You will have to approve the registration and can opt for automated installation when the game is available. However, you can drag the slider to the left under the Automatic Install option if you don’t want the game to install automatically.

Battlegrounds Mobile India

The game will launch as a free-to-play experience on mobile devices and will only be available for gamers in India.

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According to Krafton, the product team is working with partners to ensure data protection and security to maintain user privacy. The data collection and storage will be in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in India. The company is also planning to release exclusive in-game events like outfits and features. The game will have its own esports ecosystem with tournaments and leagues.

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