Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant, a prominent figure in the Indian gaming community, recently discussed the potential return of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and the sudden departure of Danger from Hydra Esports during a livestream on YouTube.

Dynamo expressed his optimism about BGMI’s comeback, noting the recent buzz and hype surrounding the game’s potential return. He also shared his thoughts on the esports scene, stating that it will take a phenomenal game to surpass BGMI’s popularity and player base, as players have become accustomed to its gameplay and mechanics.

During the livestream, Dynamo also spoke about Danger’s unexpected exit from esports, stating that he was the first person from Hydra to show complete disinterest in BGMI’s esports scene. Despite Danger’s connections in the community, he decided to step away from the scene, leaving his former teammates and colleagues surprised.

Dynamo also shared his efforts to help Hydra Esports find a new in-game leader (IGL) by recommending Danger. However, he later discovered that Danger had given up on esports altogether, leaving the team leaderless.

Currently, BGMI remains suspended in India as Krafton and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology work towards resolving their issues and relaunching the game in the country.

In conclusion, Dynamo’s insights on BGMI’s potential return and Danger’s exit from esports have created considerable buzz among esports enthusiasts and lovers of BGMI. While the game’s future remains uncertain, the community eagerly awaits its return to the Indian market.