Late last month, India outlawed Krafton’s Battlegrounds Mobile. Prior to the prohibition, the BGMI had over 100 million registered users in the country. According to Reuters, India prohibited the game due to worries that it was exchanging critical information with China and in accordance with section 69A of the national IT law.
And now the news is that, according to Techcrunch, a number of Indian game developers have asked Prime Minister Modi to grant “uniform and fair treatment” to all companies doing business in the South Asian region, weeks after the nation outlawed Krafton’s BGMI game.
A copy of which was reviewed by TechCrunch, said that,
The letter was signed by the founders of Outlier Games, Story Pix, Lucid Labs, Roach Interactive, Godspeed Games, Uniplay Digital, and four other companies. It says that India is behind other countries in producing highly skilled entrepreneurs and that international gaming giants have adopted a long-term strategy for supporting the local ecosystem.