BGMI new rules and unban date in India in 2023

BGMI new rules and unban date in India in 2023

Krafton, the developer of the popular battle royale game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), has announced that the game will soon make its return to India, know the new rules and unban date

After facing a ban by Indian authorities, Krafton has been working diligently to address concerns and ensure a safe and regulated gaming experience for players. While the official return date of BGMI is yet to be announced, it is expected to be revealed in the coming days.

BGMI new rules and unban date and time in India in 2023

While a return date isn’t known, there are speculations of it being between 21-25 May.

BGMI Unban: Krafton implements safety measures and age restrictions for players

The unban of BGMI comes after Indian authorities recently permitted Krafton to resume its services in the country. However, in order to maintain player safety and prevent potential harm and addiction, certain restrictions and safety measures will be implemented for BGMI players. These measures aim to create a more responsible and regulated gaming environment.

One of the significant changes is that players under the age of 18 will need parental consent and involvement to register and participate in BGMI. This step ensures that young players have the guidance and supervision of their parents or guardians while engaging with the game. Additionally, when logging in, players will be required to enter an OTP (One-Time Password) to access the game, adding an extra layer of security and verification.


To address concerns of excessive gameplay, a daily playtime limit of three hours will be enforced. This restriction aims to prevent players from spending excessive amounts of time in the game, which can have detrimental effects on their overall well-being and daily routines. By encouraging balanced gameplay, Krafton aims to promote healthier gaming habits among players.

Krafton introduces daily spending in BGMI to promote responsible purchases

In an effort to prevent overspending and bring responsible in-game purchases, Krafton has set a daily spending limit of INR 7000 (USD 85). Once players reach this limit, they will have to wait until the next day for the reset if they wish to make further purchases. This measure is designed to protect players from impulsive and excessive spending within the game.


Krafton is working hard to make BGMI safer and more suitable for kids. They want to cut down on violence, nudity, and blood in the game to make it better for younger players. They’re also going to keep an eye on the language used in the game to make sure it’s positive and respectful.

Krafton also wants players to remember that the game is just a game and not real life. To help with this, every time someone starts the game, a message will pop up reminding them that the game is a pretend world, not the real one.

BGMI will now have reminders for healthy gaming habits

To prevent players from losing track of time and excessive indulgence in the game, BGMI will implement Breaktime Reminders. These reminders will help players maintain a healthy balance between gaming and other activities, making sure that they take regular breaks and avoid excessive gameplay sessions.


While players eagerly anticipate the return of BGMI, the game servers are currently not available due to the implementation of these changes. However, Krafton is expected to announce the official return date of BGMI in the coming days, bringing back an exciting and regulated gaming experience for Indian players.

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