The early launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India just happened a few days back, and soon enough, another report popped up associated with the game security. As per IGN’s report, the Indian users’ data from Android smartphones were seemed to be shared with China. The data sent and received by the BGMI Indian app are originated from the China Mobile Communications server situated in Beijing. This is a Tencent-owned Proxima Beta in Hong Kong. Similarly, the same data were also sent to the Microsoft Azure servers located in the USA, Moscow, and Mumbai.
The IGN report also suggests that these results were seen when installing a data packer sniffer app on the android device. The data packet sniffer app mainly finds which servers the game is currently in communication with. One of the servers to which the game was connected is run by a China Mobile Communications server situated in Beijing.
I didn’t even have to play a game this time. pic.twitter.com/Xmb6Gnhj52
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Furthermore, one does not have to play a game in the latest BGMI launch to get these results. BGMI also pings a Tencent server in Beijing as it begins to boost up the game. This comes as a major report as Krafton INC clearly stated earlier that the players’ personal information is concerned it will be stored in the servers located in India and Singapore. However, the game did add that it may transfer the data to other countries to meet legal requirements. But with these new reports coming in, will there be another problem associated with Battlegrounds Mobile India? Well, we will be going to get our answers soon. It is expected that the BGMI Official page will be going to clarify this shortly. Till then, stay tuned to MediaScrolls.
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