Battlegrounds Mobile India-commonly referred to as BGMI-is celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi with gamers in the country, offering them special permanent rewards. The Battle Royale game introduces new missions that players need to complete to earn new in-game costumes for their avatars. Last month, BGMI game developer and publisher Krafton launched a similar Independence Day Mahotsav with rewards. Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), which was launched earlier this year as an alternative to PUBG Mobile India, has now been downloaded more than 50 million times.

Announced via an Instagram post, the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration and its privileges are currently being broadcast live on Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and will continue until September 21. Game players need to complete three new tasks to get permanent rewards in the game. One of the most notable rewards is a wild elephant print T-shirt to commemorate the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, which gamers can show off on the virtual battlefield.

The first mission to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi has been launched and will continue until September 10. The task says that the player needs to swim 10 meters in the classic mode every day.

The second task of BGMI is to say that players need to play classic mode 60 times before September 21st. The last and final task is to play any mode five times with friends. It will start on September 15 and will be open until September 21.

Players who complete all three missions will receive T-shirts specially designed for their characters. The winner will also receive some other virtual rewards-classic crate coupons and in-game currency.

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Last month, Krafton held a similar holiday celebration for BGMI players, in which it provided successful participants with AWM sniper rifle skins and game currency, Classic Crate Coupon scraps, green parachute trails and Supply Crate coupons as rewards. These rewards are given under Mahotsav, the Independence Day, which lasts until August 20.

Earlier this week, Krafton detailed its 24-hour security system, which is designed to automatically ban cheaters in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). The developer also revealed that it is reviewing the introduction of the Hindi voice package.

Battlegrounds Mobile India was released in July, initially only for Android users. The game was launched on iOS last month. A few weeks ago, it had been downloaded more than 50 million times.

In addition to Battlegrounds Mobile India, Krafton also plans to release PUBG: New State for Android and iOS users in India and some other markets. Earlier this month, the game was pre-registered.