PUBG Mobile India available on playstore/ download

Battlegrounds mobile India, PUBG is now available to play. The game is available in the beta version but for a limited number of testers. PUBG Mobile India available on playstore/ download:


The company has shared in a report that more slots will be added in the middle of the day. Battlegrounds mobile India, launched at the start of May and go for pre-registration on May 18.since then the fans are waiting to play the game.

Krafton has shared a post on its official Battle Grounds Mobile India Facebook page. That the game is in Early Access or beta and users can download it and can play. PUBG Mobile India available on playstore/ download:


It looks like the beta version is available for beta testers for a limited time. The Beta program is full-on Google Play. Beta testing link showing an error” Internal server error” or a message that says the beta program has reached maximum testing users.

Update: This Friday, Krafton has announced on the Battle Grounds Mobile India Facebook page that Early access is now available for all, it seems that the company has added
more slots in the Beta program. Those who get on board during this Early Access period will get the following items: 1x Supply Crate Coupon, 2x EXP Card and 2x BP Card. Battlegrounds Mobile India Beta Released for Download [Update: Early Access Now Available to All]:

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