Sc0ut and S8UL Hector Reveal Future Plans if BGMI Remains Blocked
It’s been over two months since the removal of BGMI from the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store, and yet we’re no closer to the return of the gameWith the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) also confirming that the game is blocked under Section 69A of the IT Act 2000, it looks like it is going to take a ton of time before the game makes its return. As a result, Professional BGMI Players are unsure about the game’s future. In their respective livestreams, Sohail “Hector” Shaikh and Tanmay “Sc0utOP” Singh revealed their future plans for streaming and content creation if BGMI remains blocked in India.
S8UL Hector on BGMI’s return and the team’s future plans
When a viewer asked Hector when BGMI would return, he replied that he had no idea but hoped the game would return shortly. He further said that he does not think the game will be coming back soon, considering the current circumstances.
“No Idea. BGMI should come back hopefully soon. But, seeing the current circumstances, I don’t think it is coming soon,” he said.
When another viewer asked him his future plans if BGMI does not come back, he said that they (Team S8UL and himself) would either shift to other competitive games or try different PC games like Valorant and story mode games. He further said that they hadn’t thought this through yet.
“Either we (Team S8UL) will shift to other competitive games, or try different PC games, like Valorant or story mode games. We haven’t given it any thought yet.”
Sc0utOP reveals future plans of Professional BGMI Players
Sc0utOP also shared his thoughts on BGMI’s comeback. He replied that he also wanted the game to come back, but it was not coming. Further, he said the game is taking time, but it will come sooner or later.
“I, too, want BGMI to come back, but it’s not coming,” said Sc0utOP. Further, he adds, “It is taking time, but it will come.”
When another viewer asked him what he and other professional players would do if the game did not return, he replied that everyone would decide for themselves; some would join their family business, some will resume their education, and those who want to make their career in gaming will switch the game.
“Every player will decide for themself. Some people will join their family business, some will resume their education again, and those who want to pursue their career in gaming will switch the game. As simple as that.”
Given its unstable past couple of years, many professional players and content creators are uncertain about the future of BGMI. Furthermore, popular BGMI content creator Sagar “Maxtern” Thakur has stated that he is quitting the game forever. On the other hand, founder and CEO of Global Esports, Rushindra Sinha, also thinks that the game might not come back.