PUBG-BGMI UNBAN: E-Sports got green signal in IIndia E-sports have got recognition from the government and this step is also being appreciated, but the interesting thing is that still there are many e-sports like PUBG Mobile, BGMI, Free Fire etc. Nothing has been said about lifting the ban on some other sports.
PUBG-BGMI UNBAN: E-Sports got green signal in India
PUBG-BGMI UNBAN: Good news for online gamers. The central government has now given official recognition to e-sports. This step of the government is being highly appreciated by the gaming industry. Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO of PUBG India and head of Crafton’s Indian division, shared a post on LinkedIn describing the Indian government’s move as ‘pathbreaking’ Read More:- PUBG Mobile 2.4 Update: Level Infinite teases Martial Arts Showdown mode, विवरण देखें
Explain that President Draupadi Murmu has changed the rules related to e-sports using the powers given in provision 3 of Article 77 of the Constitution and he has included e-sports in multi-sports events from the Ministry of Information Technology and Electronics and Sports. Also asked to do.
E-sports was included as a demonstration sport in the Jakarta Asian Games 2018. E-sports will also debut in the Asian Games to be held in China next year. Read More:- Pubg BGMI 2.4 Beta Update: Latest version, Release Date, Download,
What did the CEO of PUBG India say
Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO of PUBG India and head of Crafton’s Indian division, has written a LinkedIn post on the government’s move. In this post, he has said,
This is a pioneering step by the government and we are happy to see the recognition given to e-sports as a part of multi-sports events by the Government of India. This shows India’s commitment to make a mark in the global gaming ecosystem.
The CEO of PUBG India further said that this official approval will help in increasing employment, creating new business opportunities. We at KRAFTON are confident of our role in taking forward the vision of a thriving gaming ecosystem in India.
PUBG-BGMI will return
E-sports have got recognition from the government and this step is also being appreciated, but the interesting thing is that still there are many e-sports like PUBG Mobile, BGMI, Free Fire etc. Nothing has been said about lifting the ban on some other sports.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has been appointed as the nodal ministry for online gaming business, while the Department of Sports has been made the nodal agency for e-sports.
While this move by the government may bring in more transparency in e-sports, it does not necessarily mean that there will be positive news anytime soon for games like Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI)
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Let us tell you that due to data security, the government had banned the Battlegrounds Mobile India game, until Crafton solves this issue, we cannot expect the return of the game. Read More:- BGMI Download the latest version of BGMI like this and learn how 2022
Although the BGMI servers are still active in India, BGMI players should avoid getting carried away by the rumors about the return of PUBG after the recent move by the Government of India. Players should wait for an official response from Crafton regarding the return of the game.
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Even though the game may not be getting the new update right now, the game servers are still online in India and players can continue playing the older version.