Battlegrounds Mobile India: Parents’ consent mandatory for gamers below 18 amid other restrictions

As per the advisory shared by Krafton, there are quite many restrictions for young gamers.

Ketaki PoleAuthor

Updated - 08 June 2021 04:00 PM


Battlegrounds Mobile India is set to mark the return of PUBG and will be launching soon in India, months after it was banned owing to privacy and security concerns by the Indian government. The buzz for the game has been on a high ever since Krafton made the announcement in May. The hype can be seen in the gamers from the pre-registrations with over 20 million pre subscribers on Play Store, clearly indicating the craze for the game.

Krafton has mentioned that Battlegrounds Mobile is specifically developed and serviced for Indian gamers and will be available only in India. However, Battlegrounds Mobile India isn’t entirely similar to PUBG, especially when it comes to young gamers. As per the advisory shared by the developers, there are many restrictions for gamers below the age of 18, to keep a check on game addiction.

Parents’ consent mandatory for gamers below 18

As per Karfton’s advisory for Battlegrounds Mobile India, the developers have made it mandatory that gamers below the age of 18 will have to take consent from their parents to play the game. Additionally, Krafton has set a capped time limit of 3 hours, following which gamers under the age of 18 won’t be allowed to play the game for more than three hours.

Parents can contact the developers in case of game addiction

According to the advisory, gamers below 18 years will have to register using their parent’s mobile number for confirmation purposes. In case the parents sense that their child is getting addicted to the game and is hooked to the phone, then the parents can contact the developer to disable the account of their children.


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