Garena has implemented several changes in Free Fire to align with the regulations set forth by the Indian government:
1. Data storage for the game has been shifted to local servers within India. This ensures that the personal data of Indian users remains within the country and is not transmitted to servers located outside of India.
2. Certain features that were considered harmful, such as the ability to engage in player-to-player chat, have been removed from the game.
3. Additionally, a new parental control system has been introduced, empowering parents to regulate their children’s access to specific game features.
The reentry of Free Fire into the Indian market represents a significant triumph for the domestic gaming industry. Anticipated to enhance the sector’s growth and attract more investments, the game’s popularity is poised to make a substantial impact.