It hasn’t been a week since Krafton allowed early access of the Battlegrounds Mobile India (rebranded PUBG Mobile) and the game has been the headline maker from downloads to privacy concerns. In a recent report published by IGN India mentioned that the game transfers data to servers located in China that made a huge concern about game’s policy regarding personal data stored on servers located in India and Singapore.
Krafton, the developer of the Battlegrounds Mobile India has released an official statement over the recent data transfer concerns in the early access of the game that the data transfer issue to servers in China has been reportedly fixed after a minor update to the system. The company note down that it takes these concerns very seriously and taken strong & concrete actions to address this issues and it also notes that the user’s data is shared with third parties to enable specific features in the game.
“Thus, data shared to third parties are only to enable certain game features. In the meantime, Krafton will continue to closely monitor and protect any data being transferred to unexpected and restricted IP addresses prior to the official launch,” Krafton added.