After a long wait, BGMI is now available for Indian gamers to play. It’s been weeks since Krafton and the Indian government confirmed the BGMI unban, but the gamer servers are still not live. This means that Android users who were able to install the game on their smartphones were still not able to play the Indian version of PUBG, although this issue has been resolved with a simple trick. According to Crafton, the BGMI servers are going live from today (May 29) and after that gamers will be able to enjoy the game without any interruptions. Although the servers are yet to go live, gamers in India can now play the game with a little trick. As shared by a Twitter user, there is a trick to start BGMI games before the servers are online.
BGMI unban: BGMI Simple Login trick
BGMI Trick to start the Game Server
- Disconnect from the internet
- Begin the game.
- 3. You will be sent to the login screen (No Notice screen).
- Finally, post it on the internet.
- Next, sign in using any social media platform.
- The servers are operational.
BGMI will soon go officially live with the much awaited BGMI 2.5 update. It has been confirmed that the game will be available through the Google Play Store for Android users, but it is still unknown when the game will return to the Apple App Store for iPhone users. BGMI faced a ban in India after a few months of launch due to security issues. BGMI is the Indian version of the popular PUBG game, which was banned in the nation due to its Chinese parent corporation. BGMI Crack is now being celebrated by gamer communities in India.
BGMI requires a stable internet connection. Battlegrounds Mobile India Minimum System Requirements: Android 4.3 or above and at least 1.5GB of RAM. The app Battlegrounds Mobile India is exclusively for players in India only, served by Crafton. BGMI is a simulation game based in a virtual environment that is not meant to be played in real life. Please play with moderation, take frequent breaks and play responsibly.