MP told in the letter that Battlegrounds Mobile India will store the data of Indian players in India and Singapore. But it also allows the international transfer of this data. Apart from this, the MP has also demanded the scrutiny of the investment of Krafton and its agreement with the Chinese company Tencent from the Union Minister.
Millions of mobile gamers are waiting for the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India. But perhaps it is not going to be that easy. Some Indian politicians have raised questions about this game. In which a new entry has been take by Nizamabad Lok Sabha MP Arvind Dharampuri. Also Read – How to Use PUBG Mobile Redeem Codes in June 2021: Easy to Use PUBG Redeem Codes, Learn How
Dharampuri has written a letter to IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad regarding Battlegrounds. This letter does not explicitly demand a ban on the game but highlights the problems associated with the game. According to the Zee News report. Dharampuri had sent this letter on June 2. In which he told that he had received a representation from Sai Kumar. A social activist from Nizamabad, against Battlegrounds Mobile India. Also, Read – Free Fire Redeem Codes of 6th June: With These Redeem Codes, Weapons, Skins, and More
What problem did MP tell about Battlegrounds Mobile India?
MP told in the letter that Battlegrounds Mobile India will store the data of Indian players in India and Singapore. But it also allows the international transfer of this data. Also Read – Valorant free-to-play shooting game will soon launch for mobile to challenge PUBG Mobile, Free Fire
The MP also said that Battlegrounds Mobile India is exclusive to India, but the game’s Terms of Service will operate under the laws of game company Krafton’s home country South Korea. Apart from this, the MP has also demanded the scrutiny of the investment of Krafton and its agreement with the Chinese company Tencent from the Union Minister.
Questions have already been raised on Battlegrounds
Battlegrounds Mobile India is going to be launch in India soon. This game is the Indian variant of PUBG Mobile which has been made by Krafton after the PUBG ban in the country. The pre-registration of this game started last month and its popularity is such that till now more than 20 million people have pre-registered it on Google Play Store. But some Indian politicians are demanding a ban on Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Arunachal Pradesh MLA Ninong Ering had demanded the central government to ban the game. They alleged that Crafton was bypassing Indian law with the launch of the game. MP Abhishek Singhvi also demanded to ban Battlegrounds Mobile India in India. They say that with the launch of this game, the Chinese company Tencent will return to India again.
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