Indian Government to Form A New Policy to Supports Esports & Gaming

Indian Government to Form A New Policy to Support Esports & Gaming

The Indian Government has already recognized Esports in India. Very soon the govt is going to take the next step forward to take gaming ahead.  

As mentioned in the India Budget 2022 for gaming, the govt is ready to support the industry. They formed the AVGG : Animation – Visual Effects – Gaming and Comics Task Force to regulate all these fields in India.

The AVGC Task Force along with the pioneers of the Indian Gaming Community will work to make a good policy for Esports in India. 

Indian Government on Gaming:

During the CII Global AVGC Summit, the members of AVGC Task Force had a meeting with some important members of the Indian Gaming Industry. They talked about forming a new Esports Ecosystem in India. 

In the CII Summit, they also mentioned team India finishing 2nd in the PUBG Mobile World League right before the ban. Recently Team India also won a Bronze medal in DOTA 2 event of Commonwealth Games 2022.  

They discussed making a new policy to support Gaming and Esports in India.

Shiva Nandy on Current Scenario of Esports :

Some of the important personalities of the Indian Gaming Industry joined this meeting. Mr Shiva Nandy shared his views on the current situation of esports in India –

Meanwhile the BGMI and Free Fire Ban has been severely affecting esports in India. Krafton is trying its best to bring the game back. Meanwhile, Garena has not made any official announcement. The players have shifted to FF Max.

The new policy will turn out to be helpful and supportive for gaming in India. 

The govt is working and supporting the gaming sector in India. So, gamers must stay patient right now and wait for the new esports scenario to build. Also, BGMI might return soon as there are meetings going on between Krafton and the govt. 

Also Read: Somaiya Vidyavihar University to Build India’s First Ever Esports Arena

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