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Over 3 Lakh Battlegrounds Mobile India Accounts Banned in Krafton Crackdown

The Battlegrounds Mobile India creator announced that it had permanently banned over 3,36,736 accounts between July 30 to August 5, for using illegal programs.

Battlegrounds Mobile India Launched Officially

After a while of beta testing it with a handful of pre-registered users, Battlegrounds Mobile India has now officially. You know what that means right? Everyone can download and play the game now. Head over to the Google Play Store right away!

How To Download And Play Battlegrounds Mobile India On Your Windows PC

Battlegrounds Mobile India is just available on your Android smartphones for now, but you can download and play the Indian version of PUBG Mobile on your Windows PCs. Here’s what you need to do…

Battlegrounds Mobile India First Impressions: PUBG Mobile Similarities and Differences

Battlegrounds Mobile India will be instantly recognisable and familiar feeling to PUBG Mobile players.

Battlegrounds Mobile India Beta Released for Download, but Only for Limited Number of Testers

Battlegrounds Mobile India is essentially the same battle royale experience as PUBG Mobile but with some minor tweaks.
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