BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA WITH A BRAND NEW LOGO BANNED 60K+ ACCOUNTS USING CHEATS

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  • KRAFTON RECENTLY BANNED 60000+ ACCOUNTS FOR CHEATING.

The new BGMI logo comprises the letters BGMI in white over a Krafton-embossed white bar encircled by an orange and green border, suggesting the Indian tricolor.

Battlegrounds Mobile India player’s accounts using cheats/hacks have been banned in India. In a recent statement, Krafton clearly mentioned the number of banned users’ accounts for cheating / using hacks or using restricted applications. Parallelly Krafton also has unveiled a new BGMI logo with colors used in our Indian Flag.

Comparing one of the most popular or we can say widely played games PUBG Mobile India that was banned in India last year, BGMI has proved to be a successor in India. BGMI Android version was launched in July in India and a month later was available for iOS. In a recent update, BGMI released a brand new logo that shortens the game’s name to its initials.

Strict action towards hackers and cheaters has been taken and their accounts are permanently been banned for using cheats.

The Indian version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now officially known as BGMI, according to the developer’s Instagram account, which presented the new logo consisting of four letters. The new BGMI logo comprises the letters BGMI in white over a Krafton-embossed white bar encircled by an orange and green border, suggesting the Indian tricolor.

MORE THAN 60000 BGMI ACCOUNTS BANNED

Meanwhile, Krafton said that in its most recent operation against dishonest players, the number of BGMI banned players had topped 60,000 in the preceding week. According to the publisher, 59,247 Battlegrounds Mobile India accounts were banned between September 10 and September 16. This is a smaller figure than in recent weeks when the company said that it had banned over one lakh gamers earlier this month and three lakh in August.

Krafton will prohibit players that use unlawful hacks and mods to get an unfair advantage in the game. The game is monitored for mods and other forbidden actions, according to the designer, which could be used to target users who are playing the game, resulting in a terrible experience for these people. According to Krafton, gamers who disobey the regulations will be immediately blacklisted.

The publisher has already declared that it will continue to purge the BGMI of illegal programs, and the company routinely updates its official website with information on these restrictions.

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Hiren Chokshi

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