Krafton Adds New Tutorials to BGMI's Official Website

Moin Khot
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Krafton has added four new tutorial video links in the event section of BGMI and the support section of the game’s website.
Even though the tutorials are quite basic, their addition has sparked the interest of fans and content creators, as it could indicate that Krafton is still working on the game even though it is still banned.

Krafton has added links to Battlegrounds Mobile India’s (BGMI) new YouTube tutorial videos in the game and the support section of the game’s website. It made the changes on the website 14 days ago and uploaded the new tutorial videos on YouTube between 29th September to 13th October. Since the game’s removal from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store, this is the first time Krafton has made any such change in the game or the website. Amid the unavailability of the game, this might bring a ray of hope for all the BGMI fans.

Krafton adds four new BGMI tutorial videos to the game and its website

Krafton has added four new tutorial video links in the event section of BGMI and the support section of the game’s website.

Following are the four BGMI YouTube tutorial videos.

  • GUIDE FOR ADD, DELETE & BLOCK FRIEND

  • GUIDE FOR DELETING ACCOUNT

  • GUIDE FOR UNLINKING ACCOUNTS

  • GUIDE FOR USER REPORTING

Even though the tutorials are quite basic, their addition to the game and website has sparked the interest of fans and content creators alike, as the game is still banned. Krafton made the changes to the game and website without any announcements, and the reason behind it is unknown. However, a lot of fans are concluding that the game might return soon as Krafton is working on the game tutorials, even though the game is blocked.

The audience will have to wait for an official announcement before jumping to conclusions. If the game is allowed to be re-released in India, Krafton will soon make an announcement about it.

About BGMI ban

BGMI was removed from the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store on 27th July without any announcement. Soon later, MeitY revealed that it had blocked the game under Section 69A of the IT Act 2000. However, Krafton has not yet made any announcement about it since the removal of the game. Piyush “Spero” Bathla and Deepak “SENSEI” Negi claimed that the government had asked Krafton to stay “strictly confidential” and not reveal anything to the public throughout the legal process.


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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