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KRAFTON Introduces BGMI Beta Tester for Selected Users

KRAFTON has taken a significant stride in the release of the popular Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) by introducing its Beta version for a selected group of users. The BGMI Beta Tester Apk is currently accessible to a limited number of users who received invitations from KRAFTON to explore the modified version. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the recently launched BGMI Tester and the latest updates on its Beta Version.

After the recent announcement of its impending return, KRAFTON has initiated the BGMI Beta Tester program for its community. As previously mentioned, a select group of users was invited to experience the modified version. Individuals who visit the official link may find a message from KRAFTON if they were not part of the invited group. The message may read, “App not available for this account. Your account isn’t currently eligible for this app’s testing program.” Another message may appear: “If you’ve been invited to become a tester, make sure you’re signed in to the account that was invited to the testing program. If you’ve been invited to a Google Group as part of the program, make sure you’ve joined the Group.”

For those interested in checking out the BGMI tester link, it is available through a provided link.






BGMI Beta Tester: KRAFTON introduces BGMI tester for selected users
BGMI Beta Tester: KRAFTON introduces BGMI tester for selected users

Responding to the confusion within the gaming community, KRAFTON India addressed the situation regarding users seeing a “download now” option on the website. The official statement clarified that the game is currently not available to play, as the servers have been shut down. The closed test track for BGMI is being updated, and users who opted for the public test before the game’s launch are expected to receive a message via email, directing them to the play store for downloading the game. However, users are reminded that the game will not be playable yet, as the servers are still offline. KRAFTON acknowledged a technical error causing some users who did not opt for the closed test to receive the same message and assured that they are working to resolve the issue.

The introduction of BGMI Tester indicates a forthcoming return of the game. However, there is no official confirmation regarding the exact release date, leading to varying statements from different sources. In a recent Instagram Q&A Live session, Kronten, the owner of GodLike Esports, mentioned that the game would return in four to five days, estimating dates around May 21 or 22. According to Kronten, players might witness the title’s return in the last week of May. Stay tuned for further updates on the BGMI Beta Version by following InsideSport.IN.

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