Big Update from Battleground/PUBG Mobile India

Big update from Battlegrounds Mobile India which posts a new teaser showing the Sanhok map from PUBG Mobile via a poster on the company’s official Facebook page.

 Battleground Mobile India


Krafton, developer of PUBG mobile has posted a new trailer for the Indian avatar of the popular Battle Royale game.

Battlegrounds Mobile India, for the Sanhok map via a poster on the company’s official Facebook page. The map was originally part of PUBG Mobile.
PUBG Mobile India was redesigned specifically for the Indian audience with an India-centric logo and tricolor tones.

The official release date for Battlegrounds Mobile India is not yet revealed, but it is expected to launch soon.

 Battleground Mobile India


New PUBG Mobile India Policies for Kids/Minors

  1. The new restrictions on Battlegrounds Mobile India for the player below 18 years have to register for the game with the parent’s number.

2. Kids below 18 years will have to take parental consent as per the new updates of the game privacy policy.

3. The policy also says if the child has provided personal information without the parent’s consent, the parents have the right to contact the developers and request to remove that information from the database.

4. Every day, players under 18 years only can access the title for a maximum of three hours a day.

5. The In-app purchase also gets a limit as they will not be able to spend more than Rs. 7000 per day.

6. The new privacy policy does mention the data which may transfer to other countries and/or regions to work the game service and/or to suits legal requirements.

However, it’s still unclear that how the game will verify the age of each player.


How the game differs from the older version


It is quite similar to the original PUBG Mobile, albeit with some India-specific changes.
There have been rumors that the blood is not red, it is green. But we’ll need to wait a quite bit longer for the precise changes to the Indian version of the game.
The developer also announced that its plan to build an esports ecosystem while updating game content regularly.

Battlegrounds Mobile India shared a banner of what appears to be the location of Sanhok’s Ban Tai map, one of the 4 × 4 maps available in the game.

The Sanhok map was added to PUBG Mobile in September 2018 and can now be a part of Battlegrounds Mobile India.

The teaser does reveal a map that looks like the original game’s Miramar map.

As compared to the original Erangel and Miramar maps, The map is comparatively small but larger than other recent maps like Livik.

Battlegrounds Mobile India will be ready to pre-register before its launch to the masses.


Data privacy policy

There are so many allegations of sending Indian player data to overseas servers.

“Your personal information is going to be stored and processed on servers located in India and Singapore. However, we may transfer your data to other countries and/or regions to work the game service and/or to suits legal requirements, “says the new privacy policy of the game.

Last year PUBG Mobile was globally banned in India along with other Chinese apps over data privacy concerns.

Now it is coming back with new name Battleground Mobile India and with new privacy policy in India.

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