Former S8UL Esports BGMI Player Aman Jain

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S8UL Aman Says BGMI Servers Might Shut Down in Ten to Fifteen Days

Moin Khot
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Aman stated that he does not want to play BGMI even if he gets low viewership because the game is blocked and has no future.
The streamer claimed that his viewers now enjoy Valorant and Among Us as much as they enjoy BGMI.
He revealed that BGMI’s servers might shut down in the coming ten to fifteen days.

Since the block of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), a lot of BGMI content creators have been exploring and playing other games on their livestreams. Although the S8UL Esports professional BGMI players still play the game, the content creators have replaced playing it with other games. As a result, one of Aman “AMAN” Jain’s viewers asked him why he does not play BGMI with other S8UL players. He said the game does not have a future and revealed that he thinks the game’s server might shut down in ten to fifteen days.

S8UL Aman Reveals Why he Does Not Play BGMI

It has been almost three months since the government of India blocked BGMI under Section 69A of the IT Act 2000, and yet there is no announcement from Krafton on the game’s return. As a result, many players and fans are concerned about the game’s future, and a few have already quit it. Aman said there is no point in playing the game, and he has various options to entertain his audience. He said, “I don’t play BGMI because the game is banned right now, and I don’t play banned games, to be honest. There is no point in playing the game.” Following this, he added, “If I want to play only for fun, there are so many options to entertain you, and you enjoy those games too, like Among Us or Valorant. I play to entertain the viewers to enjoy watching me.”

Aman stated that he does not want to play BGMI even if he gets low viewership because the game is blocked and has no future, and he claimed that the viewers now enjoy Valorant and Among Us as much as BGMI. He said, “If I only wanted to gain an audience, I would have played it. You can check how much viewership we used to get when we played BGMI before the ban and how much we get now. I don’t have any problem with low viewership.” He added, “My only problem is that I don’t want to play a game that is banned because there is no point in playing, and there is no future. If a game has no future, I won’t play it only to gain an audience. I think you enjoy Valorant and other games more than BGMI because we have fun playing them.”

He said the game has lost its hype in the community because no tournaments are taking place. He said, “At least if BGMI tournaments had been taking place, there would have been hype, and we would have enjoyed watching the tournaments. If that were the case, we would have played the game and enjoyed it.”

Following this, Aman made a very controversial statement, saying that BGMI’s servers might shut down in ten to fifteen days. He said, “Even if we start playing BGMI, the servers might shut down in ten to fifteen days.” He added, “Then, we will have to download PUBG Mobile, which has ping issues. There is no fun in it, and there is no future. I am very happy now, playing Among Us with friends and having fun. I also get a lot of time to play other games.”


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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