Players in Battleground Mobile India, aka BGMI, India will be able to qualify for the e-sports medal event at the Asian Games 2022, developer Crafton has announced. It is one of the games selected for the Asian Games 2022 which will run from September 10 to 25 in Hangzhou, China. The company says it has invested a total of $70 million in the Indian IT sector this year, including an Indian e-sports company called Nodewin Gaming, a game streaming platform Loco and a web novel platform Pratali.
Apart from Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), which is the Asian version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), players from different regions will be able to compete in games like League of Legends, Arena of Valor, EA Sports FIFA, Dota among others. 2, Hearthstone, Street Fighter V, and Dream Three Kings 2, Crafton says a blog post, It also said that further details such as the release schedule will be announced later.
BGMI and PUBG are similar games, and the Asian version of the game has allowed players to forward their progress and data from PUBG Mobile after its ban in India. Crafton is also bringing India-specific updates that are similar to PUBG and are in line with Indian festivals.
Recently, BGMI received the Payload 2.0 mode, which appears to be a modified version of the original Payload 2.0 mode available on PUBG Mobile. In this mode players can use armored cars and helicopters equipped with ‘Super Weapons’. The mod also introduces new equipment types, including radar, bomb suits, and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) control terminals. It also has a new virus infection mode where players survive against zombies.