Battlegrounds Mobile India ‘Failed to sign in’ error resolved, Krafton asks players to sign in again


Krafton, developer of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), said he fixed the issue preventing players from signing in to the popular game Battle Royale. Reports suggest that players started experiencing connection issues late from Wednesday. Krafton later recognized the problem. The problem seems to affect only some BGMI users. Krafton has not disclosed the cause of the problem. Similar issues were also encountered by Fortnite players when the popular Battle Royale game dropped on Wednesday night.

Krafton said in a Publish that they fixed the problem and asked the players to reconnect. However, the publisher did not explain why players were seeing an error message stating “Server Authentication Error.” Connection failed. “” We apologize again for the inconvenience you have encountered, “he added.

As mentioned, the issue does not seem to have affected all players as Gadgets 360 was able to log into BGMI and initiate a match with other users.

Besides BGMI players, players of the popular battle royale game Fortnite also encountered issues when it went down the same day as BGMI. The game was not available and players were unable to open the game due to unresponsive servers. Developer Epic Games Later announcement that the game was back online.

Epic Games Store also faced a similar issue where players reported that they were face problems regarding connecting, purchasing and downloading / installing games from the Epic Games Store. He later tweeted that the issues have been resolved. The reason for these issues has not been listed by Epic Games.

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Sourabh Kulesh is Associate Editor at Gadgets 360. He has worked at a national daily, news agency, magazine and now writes tech news online. He has knowledge of a wide range of topics related to cybersecurity, business and consumer technology. Write to or contact us on Twitter via his username @KuleshSourabh. Following

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