A top company executive said on Saturday that after the successful launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), which has garnered 34 million registered users within each week of its release within the country, the sport will soon come to the Apple iOS platform. is ready. According to Wuyol Lim, Head of Battlegrounds Mobile Division at South Korean gaming company Crafton, the developers try their best to bring BGMI to iOS users in India as soon as possible.
“We are making announcements on our social media handles soon to remain our fans updated,” Lim told IANS.
BGMI which rechristened itself after PUBG was banned within the country last year, has clocked 16 million daily active users 2.4 million peak concurrent users in India. The executive said that BGMI has been developed specifically for his or her fans in India.
Lim said, “Our primary focus is to bring the most amount engaging content, world-class collaboration to India-specific content as possible. When asked if BGMI could be a toned-down version of PUBG, Lim said that the sport is powered by Crafton, a totally independent entity based in South Korea.
Lim said, with the launch of the sport, fans in India can expect the expansion of their local computer game development to export industries also as a healthy gameplay environment. Crafton will still offer features items that reflect the local culture needs on Battlegrounds Mobile India, including organization India-specific events.
The game of Battlegrounds also reminds its players that they must take breaks if they play for too long, which might be annoying for lots of players.
However, Lim said that providing a secure gameplay experience is extremely important to the corporate. He said that the team takes guardianship of the health of its fans, keeping this in mind, they need kept the recommendation within the game.
Lim said we are an enormous advocate of responsible gaming. Measures are taken to confirm our fans that Battlegrounds could be a virtual world, have set limits for gaming, still as give parents OTP controls .
In mid-July, Crafton announced its first esports tournament – the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021. Registration for the tournament started on July 19. The event will have five phases touch three months.
The computer game developer has announced a prize pool of Rs 1 crore for this inaugural series.