BGMI Removed From Play Store and App Store, Check Details on Takedown of BGMI India’s Removal from Play Store & App Store.
On Thursday, the widely popular Battle Royale game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. According to reports, the popular game was deleted after the government issued an injunction to prohibit the program on the grounds that it posed a security risk. On the other hand, we are still awaiting official confirmation from the government regarding the prohibition.
According to Google, the game was taken down because it had to comply with the directives of the government, as stated in a story that was published by TechCrunch. A Google spokesperson was quoted by TechCrunch as saying, “On receipt of the order, following established process, we have notified the affected developer and have blocked access to the app that remained available on the Play Store in India.” TechCrunch was able to obtain this information from a Google spokesperson.
On the other hand, Krafton, the company that developed the well-known game, has stated that they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the BGMI removal from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store in India. According to a statement made by a spokeswoman for Krafton, which was published in the Indian Express, “We are clarifying how BGMI was taken from the Google Play store and the App store and will let you know once we have specific information.” 
Last year, Krafton introduced Battlegrounds Mobile India, also known as BGMI, as a replacement for its popular game PUBG Mobile, which the Indian government banned on the grounds that the app is involved in activities that are detrimental to India’s sovereignty and integrity, as well as the country’s ability to defend itself, maintain public order, and keep its citizens safe.
In addition to PUBG Mobile, the authorities had previously prohibited more than one hundred apps with ties to China. Only one of the hundreds of apps that were banned in the country, Krafton’s PUBG, was allowed to make a comeback once the ban was lifted, albeit in an entirely different guise. Krafton has asserted that BGMI and PUBG are two different games, and the company has stated that it has implemented controls to prevent any inappropriate use of its games, such as imposing a time limit on players’ sessions and requiring them to authenticate themselves before playing.