Free fire One of the most popular mobile games in India, it is practically played by millions of users on iOS and Android devices. However, Battle Royale is in danger because it is considered a threat to national security and the government has decided to ban it completely from any digital platform.
This fact not only affected Free Fire, but also 54 other applications, including other popular mobile video games such as Onmyoji Arena, Onmyoji Chess, Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade, Stick Fight: The Game. Mobile. All banned applications are from China.
The latter is notable for the fact that Free Fire was developed by Karena, a Singaporean company, and is part of Sea Limited, a company based in the same country, and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Todd Sports portal contacted Karena, who already knew what had happened, they promised. “Work to deal with the situation“Similarly, they used the opportunity to apologize.
75 million active users in India
According to TechCrunch, more than 40 million of Free Fire’s 75 million monthly active users are in India, which is in high demand in the sports industry.
Not everyone seems to be much affected by the incident. In an interview, Lokesh Suji, director of the Sports Federation of India and vice-president of the Asian Sports Federation (AESF), said he fully supports what the government has done and will support any decision.Protect integrity and national security“.
According to Suji, it will help diversify the video game industry by encouraging local developers to select games based on the spirit and culture of India. We’ll see how this ends, but for now, many users in the region are against what the government has done.
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