BGMI has recently been banned in India. The name of this game was at the top of the list of apps that changed their name to make a comeback in India. This app has been removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The app was being told as the indigenous version (Indian version) of PUBG Mobile from the beginning.
PUBG Mobile was one of the most popular mobile games in India. There was another name in that era, which was discussed a lot. We are talking about the short video platform TikTok.
TikTok was also named on the list of apps to be banned in the year 2020. This app was banned by the Government of India in the year 2020 along with 58 other apps for national security reasons. Now there are reports that this app is going to make a comeback.
Will TikTok return?
A few months ago, TikTok’s parent company Byetdance was in talks with a Mumbai-based company to return to India. Skyesports CEO Shiv Nandi has confirmed the return of Tiktok to India. Shiv Nandi told that TikTok is preparing to return to India.
He told, ‘If sources are to be believed, then TikTok is ready to return to India. In such a situation, BGMI will also return 100%. If everything goes well, there will be independence soon.
Nandi has given this statement in his Instagram story. On BGMI Ban, Nandi told that this decision has not been taken suddenly. The government was considering the ban for the last 5 months.
The plan to remove BGMI was going on for 5 months
Nandi said, ‘This is not a sudden action. All this was in process for the last 5 months. Rather, a week before it was removed from the Play Store, the government sent a notice to Krafton HQ. We got a hint two days before the game was taken off the store.
If the CEO of Skyesports is to be believed, then BGMI will also make a comeback in India soon. Nandi says that BGMI has not been banned, but is an interim order. However, so far Krafton has not given any information on this matter.
This is not the first time that there has been talking of the return of Tiktok or any other banned game or app. Even before this, such news has come on many occasions. In early June, there were reports that Bytedance was in talks with the Hiranandani Group to return to India.