BGMI marked its first anniversary on July 1.

The game had passed over 100 million registered users in the country. 

Recently The game was removed from Google Play and App Store following a government order. 

 But now there is good news: CEO and Founder of Skyesports Shiva Nandy claimed that the ban was temporary.

He added that the developer Krafton was notified by the government a week prior. 

Nandy shared a statement via Instagram to reveal that the BGMI removal was supposedly five months in the making.  

Krafton was purportedly notified by the government a week before the ban took effect. 

He also assured BGMI fans that the government had just passed an interim order to block the game but fully banned in India for now. 

Nandy also hinted that TikTok could also be on its way to soon make a comeback in India.  

TikTok has been unavailable in India since June 2020. 

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