Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) claimed on July 1 as its first anniversary that the game has achieved over 100 million registered users in the country. However, the game was later removed from Google Play and Apple App Store following a government order in July. Now, Skyesports CEO and founder Shiv Nandi has claimed that the ban was temporary. He said developer krafton was notified by the government a week ago.
One of MySmartPrice Report According to reports, Nandi shared a statement via Instagram, revealing that BGMI The plan to remove was being made for five months. Crafton was reportedly notified by the government a week before the ban took effect.
He also assured fans of BGMI that the government has passed an interim order banning the game – BGMI is not outright banned in India yet. Nandi also indicated that TikTok is also on its way to make a comeback in India soon. TikTok was banned in India in June 2020.
South Korean studio to BGMI krafton , which is supported by Tencent Games of China. The game was allegedly banned by the Indian government for sending user data to Chinese servers. been banned was. Its disappearance from Google Play and App Store was very bad news for fans, which also left the eSports community very disappointed. However, Krafton’s New State Mobile Still available on both app stores.
A year since its launch in July 2021, BGMI has gained massive traction in India. It has reportedly raised over 100 million in the country. registered users have achieved. It has gained popularity among content creators. Crafton had reportedly planned to host four professional and semi-professional BGMI tournaments in India. The developer is also believed to have invested around $10 million (about Rs 80 crore) to develop the local gaming and esports industries.