India has banned Freefire in India, PUBG players are excited

On Monday, February 14, the federal government issued an order banning Garena Free Fire and 53 other Chinese apps, shocking Indian gamers. The Apple App Store and Google Play Store have both withdrawn the Garena Free Fire App. The government has banned the app due to security concerns. According to a report released by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), these 54 Chinese applications have been prohibited because they are either cloned versions or have identical features, as well as privacy and security concerns, as was the case with the government’s previous suspension of 267 apps in 2020.

So, gamers may no longer have access to this incredibly popular online battle royale game, and we may as well bid farewell. Life, on the other hand, moves on. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of the best 5 Garena Free Fire alternatives, which include BGMI, PUBG, and Call of Duty.

While there was always an animosity between PUBG which is now known as Battle Grounds Mobile India and Freefire. When the news came in that PUBG is getting banned the free-fire community really got excited and was throwing memes on the PUBG community. However, it came as a shock that Freefire has been blocked by the Indian Government. It would be worth to see if Freefire community in India will come to BGMI or not.


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