Battleground Mobile India: BGMI offers free AWM Skins, Coupons, and many more rewards
The Battlegrounds Mobile India event starts today and it will go on till the 20th of August 2021.
Since the highly popular battle royale game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was released in India, it has constantly been updating its servers and releasing new content to keep the players hooked on apermanent basis. The trnd is likely to continue. Over and above that, BGMI is also looking at special events. The developers at Krafton today announced a new event where players will have a chance to win amazing skins, items and much more. The Battlegrounds Mobile India Independence Day event will bring tons of new skins, coupons, in-game money and much more. Let's take a look at the details of the event.
The Battlegrounds Mobile India event starts today and it will go on till the 20th of August 2021. On its Instagram handle, Krafton has invited all players to visit the events section of the game and claim their rewards during this period. The rewards include a Free AWM Skin, Coupons, G-Coins, and much more.
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Here is a link to their post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSbLEIcomu4/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
How to get free BGMI AWM skins and other rewards:
* Open BGMI app
* Go to the Event section in BGMI game
* Tap on Independence Day Mahotsav
* Complete in-game missions
* Claim the rwards from the event section after completing tasks
Notably, the company behind Battlegrounds mobile India, previously known as PUBG Mobile India had hit teh stock markets recently with its IPO. SHares of Krafton Inc., which is also the creator of hit video game PUBG: Battlegrounds, plummeted in its Tuesday debut after pulling off a $3.8 billion initial public offering that was South Korea's biggest in over a decade, reported Bloomberg.
Its shares fell as much as 20% before closing 8.8% down, becoming the first stock on the KOSPI mainboard to drop on debut this year. The Tencent Holdings Ltd-backed firm, which cut its offering by more than 1 trillion won ($870 million) after regulators questioned its valuation, is grappling with concerns about its dependence on PUBG for almost all revenue and tightening scrutiny over China's gaming arena.
Seoul-based Krafton's stock market debut was the second largest in the country after Samsung Life Insurance Co.'s $4.3 billion listing in 2010.
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