Global Esports’ CEO On BGMI’s Return-“I Don’t Think Anyone Should Run a Business on Hope"

Rashindra Sinha, Founder and CEO of Global Esports, addressed various questions from his viewers in a recent livestream.

Global Esports’ CEO On BGMI’s Return
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 11, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Rashindra Sinha, Founder and CEO of Global Esports, addressed various questions from his viewers in a recent livestream. During this livestream, one of his viewers asked for his thoughts on the return of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and what changes fans should expect in the BGMI eSports ecosystem when the game returns. Responding to this, Sinha said that he has no information about the return of the game.After this, he also told about the creators and organizations dependent on the same game.If you need more information about Global Esports’ CEO On BGMI’s Return then read carefully and share with your friends.

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Global Esports CEO Says BGMI Most Likely Not To Return .Responding to a question from one of his viewers, Sinha said, “No idea at all. I really have no clue. I don’t know if it’s going to come back or not.” As viewers asked him his thoughts on the subject , Sinha said he thinks the game has a very good chance it won’t come back, and yet, everyone is positive about it.”Don’t hate on me because I want the game to come back, understand this .We have one of the best teams in the country, why wouldn’t I want the game to come back.” He then added, “I personally feel the game is very difficult to come back. I hope it comes back.

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Sinha talks about content creators, pro players and organizations dependent on one game .Sinha shares his opinion even during the unavailability of content creators, pro players and organizations that rely on BGMI. “I don’t think athletes, creators and organizations should run a business model on hope. That’s just bad business. But I really want sports to come back, but I don’t know. Until sports come back, I believe Won’t happen if the game is back,” he said. Sinha alleged that even if sports come back, it will take a long time for business to return to normal. “First let sport come back, then there will be tournaments, it will attract spectators and spectators, and people will be able to go back to business as usual”.

The Government of India banned PUBG Mobile in September 2020 under Section 69A of the IT ACT 2000. With no hope of PUBG Mobile making a comeback, Krafton launched BGMI in the country in July 2021 to fill the void of PUBG Mobile. However, the Government of India suspended BGMI under the same law a year after its launch. On the other hand, the government also banned Free Fire in February 2022. Talking about this, Sinha said, “I believe that as a smart businessman,You should start looking for alternatives and ensure that your business never depends on hope. Because, earlier PUBG Mobile was banned, now BGMI is banned, and on the other hand, Free Fire is also banned.

“If your business or career as an athlete, producer or organization depends on these things; Relying on external third parties to maintain is not a good business model to start,” said Sinha. “Don’t depend on one company, game or person. Just be better than that,” he said.

It’s been over four months since BGMI’s unavailability, yet there has been no clear indication from Crafton regarding the game’s return. Although several influential figures have claimed that the sport will definitely make a comeback in early 2022, Crafton has not made any announcement about it yet. However, in a recent international audit, the South Korean ambassador to India said that Krafton is trying to resolve the suspension of BGMI in India.Furthermore, in the latest press release, Crafton also stated that it is looking to resume BGMI services in India.

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