BGMI Ban Is Temporary- Says SkyeSports CEO

BGMI Ban– On January 28, Battlegrounds Mobile India, or BGMI, abruptly vanished from both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. While neither the game nor its publisher Krafton has issued an official comment, Google has stated that the removal was the result of an official order.


However, the game is still playable, and can confirm that there is no server-side ban in place as of the time of writing. This implies that if you already have BGMI loaded on your phone or tablet, it will continue to work normally for the time being.

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SkyeSports CEO Claims The BGMI Ban is Temporary

Shiva Nandy, Founder, and CEO of Skyesports have given a comment on the incident. According to Sportskeeda, Nandy went to Instagram to share his concerns, claiming that BGMI is not yet banned permanently. This is just a temporary ban for making our privacy protected.

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Nandy stated on BGMI Ban, “It was not a quick action. It had been in the works for about five months. In reality, the government gave Krafton HQ an interim notice one week before withdrawing the game from the Play Store. We had a tip two days before the game was taken from the marketplace, which is why we halted the majority of the advance payment for the Skyesports League, LAN Delhi.”

The BGMI Will be Back Soon!

According to Nandy’s sources, formerly banned TikTok is ready to make a comeback in India. He stated, “Tik Tok, according to reports, is ready to make a reappearance. In that instance, BGMI will be fully restored. If all goes well, there should be independence shortly! Again, this is not a prohibition. Temporary order”

It is worth noting that neither Krafton nor the government has corroborated any of these claims. It is uncertain whether or not BGMI will return to India, and even if it does, the process might be lengthy. Krafton appears to have made a case to the government to reinstate BGMI as quickly as feasible.

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