Gaming Firms Request PM “A Fair Treatment” to All Entities After BGMI Ban

Gaming Firms in India have requested Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for “a fair treatment” to all entities in the market. After the BGMI Ban, several gaming corporations have been worried about the gaming industry.

The government of India banned Battlegrounds Mobile India as it was using Chinese Servers. A few months back, the govt. also banned Garena Free Fire. 

The ban on the two most popular games in India has put companies in a scary situation. The ban has also affected athletes and other people working in esports. Ultimately this hinders the growth of esports in India. 

Gaming Firms Request :

According to a report by Techcrunch, several Gaming Firms together requested a’ ‘Uniform & Fair Treatment’ to all entities operating in South Asia. They wrote a letter to the PM, explaining the consequences of the BGMI Ban.

Companies said that the BGMI Ban is unfortunate, and “arbitrary decisions run counter to established principles and will deny opportunities to an entire generation of youth in India.”

The founders of Outlier Games, Story Pix, Lucid Labs, Roach Interactive, Godspeed Games, Uniplay Digital, and four other companies have signed this letter. 

It stated that India has been “significantly lagging in creating high skilled entrepreneurs.” And that global gaming giants have taken a “long-term vision” on fostering the local ecosystem.

The letter says that the leading global video gaming companies like Krafton are important, as they have experience and next-generation technology. So they are essential for establishing a robust gaming eco-system in India.

On the other hand, BGMI Teams from India have reached Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The PMWI 2022 will be live between 11th to 13th August. 

Krafton still has time to prove itself infront of the court. Therefore, let’s hope for the best and cheer for India!
Also Read: 14 Days for Krafton India to Prove Themselves Right : Court

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