Krafton released the early access open beta version of Battlegrounds Mobile India on June 17, 2021. After that, the existing PUBG fans seem to be happy with their new game. However, iOS users have to wait for a long to get the game in their devices.
According to a report published by IGN India, the Battlegrounds Mobile India game pings servers in China and other countries. This grabbed the attention of almost all privacy experts about the risk of privacy.
“On running a packet sniffer while playing through two entire matches, we noticed that Battlegrounds Mobile India was not pinging a single Chinese server,” reported by IGN India.
Now Krafton has said “data shared to third parties are only to enable certain game features”.
“Krafton will continue to closely monitor and protect any data being transferred to unexpected and restricted IP addresses prior to the official launch,” they have said in a statement.