If you are a fan of Free Fire game then there is good news for you. The ban on Free Fire games has now been lifted by the Indian government and it will be launched for gamers very soon. Free Fire India gave the news of lifting the ban on the game through its social media handle. This popular game was banned last year. The Indian government had banned the Free Fire game due to a violation of IT Act 69A. After the ban, the game was removed from both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
Garena has once again informed us about the return of the Free Fire game in India on its official YouTube channel. A video has also been released about this game making a comeback among Indian gamers. If you want to enjoy the Free Fire game, then you will be able to download it from 5th September. PUBG was renamed after being banned and introduced in India as BGMI, something similar has happened with the Free Fire game. After the ban is lifted, the Free Fire game is about to enter the country with a new name. Free Fire will now make a comeback in India under the name of Free Fire India. According to the company, this time the company has followed all the rules and the content of the game will also be according to India.
Garena said that this time, Indian users and IT rules have been kept in mind while developing the game. The company has also found a brand ambassador to launch Free Fire India. According to a report, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, has been made the brand ambassador of Free Fire India.