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Free Fire Ban: Garena Free Fire has been banned in India. The reason for the ban of this game is not clear yet, but the reason for this is believed to be a connection with China. Let's know why the situation of PUBG Mobile happened to Free Fire.

The Government of India has banned 54 apps including the popular battle royale game Garena Free Fire on Monday, February 14. These apps have been banned keeping in mind the security and privacy. Apart from Free Fire, no very popular app is included in this list. Most of the apps in this list, which have some connection with China. In such a situation, the question is being asked why Free Fire has been banned?

However, Garena International's only Free Fire Max is currently available on the Google Play Store. The government has not banned this game. In the year 2020, the Indian government has not banned this game. In the year 2020, the Indian government had banned many apps and games, including TikTok, PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. Free Fire got the most benefit from the ban of PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile lite, but now it has also been banned in India.

Why Banned Apps?

The government has told that recently the apps have been banned due to sensitive data of users and demanding various serious permissions. These apps were collecting real-time data from users and sending them to servers located in other countries. Some of the apps included in the list were also doing surveillance activity. He was collecting data of users with the help of mic, camera, GPS.

What is the reason for Free Fire Ban?

Garena Free Fire claims that it is a Singapore based company. After this many people are asking why the government has banned it again. However, there is no clarity in this matter. Because the government has not issued any statement. However, if reports are to be believed, Tencent is also behind the ban of Free Fire, which has an 18.7 percent stake in Garena.

Tencent's name came:

Keep in mind that when PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were also banned, they were related to Tencent. Later this game has been relaunched by Krafton with some changes in the name of BGMI, which is still running in India. Garena's parent company is Sea Ltd, whose founder is Forrest Li. He was born in China, but is now a citizen of Singapore. The company says that they have no relation with China.

What did the company say?

In accordance with Garena Free Fire's privacy policy, the game stores its users' data on servers located in India or Singapore and does not share it with any other country. The company says that they neither transfer nor process any user's data in any other country. According to the reports, the company has said that it is committed to follow the rules and regulations of India. They do not store the data of Indian users in China.


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