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BGMI limits gaming time to 3 hours per day for underage players, adds parental controls

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BGMI limits gaming time to 3 hours per day for underage players, adds parental controls


As part of the Game Responsibly campaign, Crafton will drop short videos that encourage players to put down the game at regular intervals. The campaign also showcases the features of parental controls in BGMI that allow parents or guardians to restrict the play time of minors.

Crafton highlights the steps it has taken to promote responsible gaming:

  • There is a warning in BGMI that the game is being set in the virtual world and not the real world.
  • Every player under the age of 18 is required to register the contact number of a parent or guardian in order to play the game. An OTP is sent to the registered person’s number, which is considered to be allowed to play BGMI.
  • BGMI reminds players to take breaks at regular intervals.
  • BGMI has a play time limit of 3 hours per day for underage players.
  • BGMI’s daily spending limit is Rs. 7,000 to reduce overspending.
  • Crafton has sensitized the graphics and language in BGMI to reduce violence.

Read also: BGMI Lite variant expected to launch in India soon, reveals official survey

With the new campaign for BGMI, Crafton hopes to reduce gaming addiction among underage players and build a responsible gaming culture in India.

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