Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) will soon shut down data transmission from PUBG Mobile. Krafton, the game’s publisher, announced a data transfer policy for players who played the Livik map in PUBG Mobile on Friday. It is understood that the transfer will be closed after December 31 this year. Since its launch, BGMI has allowed its users to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile via Facebook and Twitter, as players use the same social media accounts as PUBG Mobile. Battlegrounds Mobile India had earlier banned logins with Facebook accounts from November 5th.

Krafton announced the cessation of data transmission from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India via a post on the company’s website on December 2. In order to ensure a smoother gaming experience for players who have previously used PUBG Mobile Normdic Map: Livik (“Prior App”), Battlegrounds Mobile India (“New App”) will transfer part of the data from the previous App account to the new app” , Krafton said. Players have time to import their PUBG Mobile data before December 31.

India banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in September 2020. The game was subsequently resurrected in the form of Battlegrounds Mobile India or BGMI in July this year. The game allows players to inherit their progress and data from PUBG Mobile. Those who log in to PUBG Mobile with a Facebook or Twitter account are allowed to use the same account in Battlegrounds Mobile India earlier to transfer data to the new game.

Recently, Battlegrounds Mobile India announced that from November 5th, all functions for logging in with a Facebook account in the embedded browser of Android devices will be disabled. BGMI announced this change due to a policy update in the Facebook SDK (software development kit). Players who have installed the Facebook app on their smartphones can now log in through their Facebook account. This also applies to data transmission. For Twitter, web login will work.

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