Battleground Mobiles India (BGMI) has banned 66,000 accounts in a week in India. Krafton, the company that developed the BGMI game, has given this information. According to the company, between March 27 and April 3, BGMI banned 66,000 accounts for cheating in the game. Even before this, many companies have banned millions of accounts. BGMI has recently partnered with Lamborghini to give players a new experience in gaming.
Krafton has banned 66,233 accounts for illegal activities. Earlier, between March 21 and 27, the company had banned 22,013 accounts of BGMI. Most of these players had accounts that downloaded the app from third-party sources. In the second week of January, the company had banned 50,000 accounts.
BGMI players can get the Lamborghini Crate between March 25 – and May 3. The skin will also be available with Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde Alceo, Lamborghini Estoque Metal Grey, Lamborghini URUS Giallo Inti, Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde, Lamborghini Estoque Oro and Lamborghini Urus Pink.
In partnership with Lamborghini, eight skins have been made available to the players in the game. BGMI players also have a chance to win Lamborghini skins. In the past, Krafton has partnered with companies such as McLaren, Tesla, and Koenigsegg.