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Attention gamers of Battlegrounds Mobile India: Make sure to do so before July 6th!

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The Crafton company recently started pre-registration for its new game Battlegrounds Mobile India on Google Play Store, after which the beta version of the game was also introduced. The company has now announced that the PUBG Mobile data transfer option will be removed on July 6. So, if you want to transfer all your data from PUBG Mobile, you can do it before 6th July. If you don’t get a chance to transfer data, don’t worry as the company will re-add the data transfer option at a later date.

Earlier, the company had announced that the data transfer facility would be available by the end of this year. Crafton is ‘temporarily suspending’ data transfer service from 6 July. Therefore, the company is asking users to transfer data before the due date. The company says that it is ‘providing data transfer service from India to keep the data of the fans safe.

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As per the official announcement, those who have played Livic Map in PUBG Mobile will be able to transfer their account data to Battleground Mobile India. Crafton has also confirmed that users who have transferred their data will also be rewarded with a pre-registration reward.

It is important to note that data transfer can only be done from a Facebook or Twitter account. Users who have used Google Play to log in to PUBG will not be able to transfer their data as Google no longer supports sign-in from the embedded browser.

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Right now this game has been downloaded more than 10 million on Google Play Store. The battle royale game, which is a rebranded version of PUBG Mobile, is available only for Android users. It is expected that the company will soon release it for the iOS version as well.

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