Battle royale game Battlegrounds Mobile India surpasses 100 million registered users

Game development maestro Krafton declared on Friday that its acclaimed battle royale sensation, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), has achieved a milestone with over 100 million registered users.

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The adept developers also expressed that BGMI has successfully navigated its inaugural year as India’s most cherished gaming endeavour. “BGMI’s inaugural year stands as a triumph, with legions of participants immersing themselves in the game. We’ve orchestrated significant competitions, Indian-themed collaborations, and marked India-centric occasions with the community, all aimed at curating gameplay that resonates uniquely with our Indian user base,” articulated Changhan Kim, the Chief Executive Officer of Krafton, Inc., in an official statement.

He continued, “Our outlook is optimistic regarding the prospects in this nation, and we are steadfast in constructing a resilient gaming ecosystem. Our dedication revolves around continually enhancing the mobile gaming experience for our expanding community and investing in the burgeoning startup landscape within.”


Throughout the past year, proficient game developers have allocated nearly $100 million to enhance India’s local video game industry, esports, and entertainment startups to cultivate a robust gaming startup ecosystem. Krafton also unveiled plans for 2022, promising four professional and semi-professional tournaments (BMOC, the recently concluded BMPS Season 1, BGIS Season 2, and BMPS Season 2), boasting a collective prize pool of Rs 6 crore, and offering players across India a coveted stage to exhibit their gaming prowess.

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“We are profoundly elated to have attained this significant milestone within BGMI’s inaugural year and extend our gratitude to our gaming enthusiasts for this commendable feat. BGMI has remained attuned to the gaming community’s requisites at every juncture, introducing novel and challenging gameplay, festive updates, and exhilarating themes inspired by sought-after intellectual properties,” remarked Minu Lee, the Head of India Publishing at KRAFTON, Inc.

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