PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile Revamped: Gamers Cannot Cheat Anymore

World’s most popular mobile battle royale game, PUBG Mobile surpasses 20 million daily active users and nearly one billion matches played in previous season

In an all-new update that’s available now, Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile) is now offering the much-anticipated Sanhok map. Set in a dense jungle with varying landscape, Sanhok offers players a smaller map for more tense combat scenarios and gun battles, adding to the list of previous updates, which included the Miramar map, training mode, first-person mode and much more.

Tencent Games also released even more impressive statistics for PUBG Mobile, as the game continues to dominate the mobile market with more than 20 million daily active users (not including Japan, Korea and China). In Season 2, the previous 14-week period of games, more than 130 million players from more than 200 countries earned themselves 864,425,575 chicken dinners.

In addition to the inclusion of Sanhok, PUBG Mobile’s latest update adds new in-game and social features that enhance the player’s ability to work with teammates cooperatively, including: new weapons and vehicles – Sanhok map comes with several new weapons and vehicles, including the Flare Gun, QBZ, Muscle Car and Bulletproof UAZ; anti-cheating measures – improved recognition for cheating plug-ins and added report buttons to spectator mode, basic information, and results screens; season data – season page now shows all seasons player and relevant data, including titles, highest tier reached and more; and gameplay improvements – Improvements have been made to the chat system, clan rankings, air drop items, friends list and more.

PUBG Mobile Campus Championship 2018 Registrations to End Soon

Tencent Games has partnered with Oppo to organize the country’s first ever PUBG Mobile tournament called the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship 2018. The registrations for the game have started since 7 September and will end on 21 September. Players can check in from 22 to 23 September, and the first 10,000 teams to check-in will be qualified for the online qualifier, which starts on 26 September and ends on 5 October. The competition has a total prize pool of Rs 50 lakhs, wherein the first place winners will get Rs 15 lakhs, second place winners Rs 5 lakhs and third place winners Rs 3 lakhs.

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