Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi with new equipment, in-game rewards

Battlegrounds Mobile India – better known as BGMI – celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi and gaming players across the country by offering them special enduring special rewards.

The battle royale game has introduced a new journey that players must complete to win new game costumes for their avatars. Last month, BGMI game developer and publisher Krafton launched the same Independence Day Mahotsav awards ceremony.

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) which launched as the site of PUBG Mobile India earlier this year now has over 50 million downloads.

Announced in an Instagram post, Ganesh Chaturthi

festivals and their benefits currently reside at Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and will continue until September 21.

There are three new machines gamers need to make in order to get lasting rewards in the game. One of the highlights is the wild elephant print T-shirt to commemorate the Ganesh Chaturthi festival that players can show off on the battlefield.

The first work to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi is already live and will be available until September 10. Work says gamers need to swim 10 meters in Classic mode every day.

A second job at BGMI states that game players need to play Classic mode 60 times by September 21. The ultimate and final goal is to play any mode with friends five times. It will run from September 15 and will be available until September 21st.

Gamers who perform all three activities will receive a T-shirt specially designed for their character. There will be other tangible rewards for the winners – Classic crate coupons and in-game cash.

Last month, Krafton hosted a similar celebration for BGMI players where he presented the winning participants with AWM rifle skins, as well as game money, a Crass Crate Coupon scrap, a green parachute track, and a Supply Crate coupon.

The benefits were given under Mahotsav’s independence day, which lasted until August 20.

Earlier this week, Krafton explained in detail its 24-hour security plan that it is designed to automatically block fraudsters at Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI).

The developer also revealed that it updates the presentation of the Hindi voice tone.

Battlegrounds Mobile India was released only in July for Android users initially. The game was launched on iOS last month. It dropped 50 million downloads a few weeks back.

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