Last year, 2020, the Indian government banned over 250 apps and websites under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, due to escalating geopolitical tensions between China and India. PUBG Mobile was one of the banned games at that time. And now it is revived in India as BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA. Crafton has pledged to break ties with China-based Tencent and invest more than $100 million (about Rs 741 crore) in the country.

This is now available on the Google Play Store with Changing name BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA . And has crossed 5 million downloads within a day of its launch. Mentioned in the game’s privacy policy. Data is stored in servers located in Singapore and India. But it may transfer User’s data to other countries in order to keep the Game Service operating or to satisfy legal requirements. This is also being claimed in a recent report. That the data is being sent and received to servers in China, Hong Kong, US and Moscow. To make a comeback in India, the game’s makers last year promised to end all ties with China.

Battlegrounds Mobile India’s privacy policy page explicitly states that this game may transfer your data to other countries and/or territories in order to operate the game service and/or satisfy legal requirements. The legal basis for such processing follows a legal obligation on it. For which we are subject to legal interests. Or have a legitimate interest. Such as the exercise or defense of legal claims . The company had already stated that personal information is stored and processed on servers located in India and Singapore. I have to transfer it to another country or territory. Crafton will ensure that your information is received at the same level and that your information is secure. Protection as it would remain in India.”

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