Garena Free Fire Which Country Game? Is it Chinese or Indian? – India Times

One of the biggest mobile games in India, Garena Free fire has never failed to surprise gamers with its incredible updates and amazing challenges. Users of this game always find themselves debating with PUBG Mobile fans, comparing the two games. 

 Recently, the Indian government announced a ban on 118 Chinese apps with the most loved app PUBG too. 

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Is Garena Free Fire a Chinese app?

For Pubg replacement Garena free fire comes as a rescue. It is developed by Sea Ltd, a company which originated from Singapore. The running CEO of the company is Forrest Li  who is also the founder of the company. 

The owner Forest Li was born in China, he shifted to Singapore and he is currently a resident of Singapore only. Garena Free Fire is not a chinese app and has not been banned. The survival game is available on Android and iOS devices and is also available on Playstation and PC as well. 

The android smartphone users can download the game from the app play store. The game has 500 million downloads worldwide and the initial download may cost users only 42 MB of their data while downloading the same. The app offers high quality graphics and strong user interface which helps players have a good time playing the survival game. 

Will Garena Free Fire be banned in India?

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India has banned a total of 118 Chinese apps. These banned apps have been made by China and have reportedly compromised the safety and security of user data and privacy of the same. However, it is important to note that these apps are of Chinese origin, so it is not possible that Garena Free Fire will be banned in India. This game does not have its root attached to China and the government is currently seen putting their focus only on banning Chinese apps.

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