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Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration date announced, guaranteed rewards available

Highlights

  • Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registrations will begin on May 18th
  • Users need to pre-register on the Google Play Store
  • Gamers for pre-register will be given guaranteed rewards

Battlegrounds Mobile India, which was recently announced as the replacement for PUBG Mobile for India, will be up for pre-registrations from May 18th through the Google Play Store. While the game is rumoured to debut in June, there is no official word on its arrival.

Also Read: PUBG Mobile is making a comeback as”Battlegrounds Mobile India” will be an India-exclusive game

Battlegrounds Mobile India’s developer Krafton is building hype before its official announcement. People who pre-register for the game will be given specific rewards. Since it is an India-focused game, the rewards will be available for Indian players only.

Battlegrounds Mobile India: how to register?

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The pre-registrations of the Battlegrounds Mobile India are set to begin on May 18th in India

According to Krafton, to pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India, users need visit the Google Play Store and click on the “Pre-Register” button. Rewards will automatically be available to claim on game launch. Theres’s no listing on the Play Store at the time of writing the story, and we assume the listing will go live on May 18th as well.

The official press release by the company only talks about the game’s availability on Play Store, which indicates it will be available for iOS users at a later date.

Battlegrounds Mobile India is a free-to-play multiplayer game for mobile devices. Exclusively built for gamers in India, the game will offer India-centric outfits, features, and an esports ecosystem with tournaments and leagues. The game will offer stricter parental controls that will require users below 18 years to submit the contact number of the parent or guardian to confirm whether the user is eligible to play it.

In order to prevent gaming addiction among younger audiences, the game will not allow players under 18 years of age to play for more than 3 hours a day. In addition, it will not allow players to spend more than Rs 7,000 for in-game purchases. Furthermore, the South Korean game developer has confirmed that it will meet Indian government’s rules and regulations for privacy, data security and storage.

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