The mobile version of PUBG, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was launched for Android and iOS in March this year. Tencent Games, the company behind PUBG made an announcement stating that PUBG Mobile now has more than 20 million daily active users globally.
PUBG Mobile reported its most recent accomplishment on Twitter with a video demonstrating a celebratory dance. With a half year of PUBG Mobile on Android and iOS, the game effectively finished season 2. Amid the second period of PUBG mobile, more than 800 million chicken dinners were served. PUBG mobile has players from more than 200 nations. This mainstream game has more than 100 million downloads on iOS and Android collectively.
20 Million global daily active users in 6 months! Thanks for taking us this far, #pubgmobile crew! pic.twitter.com/l8ubeDJllr
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) 13 September 2018
PUBG short for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a military-style shooter fight royale game in which an aggregate of 100 players drop onto a battleground, where they should battle till death and the last man standing will be announced the victor. PUBG is as of now accessible on PC, Xbox One, iOS, and Android.
PUBG mobile at first did not highlight any in-game buys at the season of launch making the game totally free. In any case, as time passed the engineer’s have included different skins, garments, styles, premium progression pass and considerably more for clients to buy, which as indicated by a report by Sensor Tower, has made Tencent Games over $50 million in income.
Recently, Tencent and PUBG Corp. declared subtle elements for an extravagant upcoming “PUBG Mobile” competition known as Star Challenge.
Star Test will pit players who contend in the mobile variant of “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” against one another for an incredible $600,000 prize pool. Groups will include internet personalities, proficient gamers, and additionally big names, with finals set to happen in Dubai toward the year’s end. This is the first-ever tournament for the mobile version of the game and will enlist squads from North America, South America, Japan, Korea, China, Europe, and Asia.
Supported by Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the tournament pulled in more than 15,000 potential candidates. The Worldwide Final Champion team will get $200,000, with the Runner Up getting $100,000, and third place winning $50,000. The Regional Final Champion, Regional Runner up, and third place victors will get $20,000, $15,000, and $10,000 individually. Winners will also become official “PUBG Mobile” partnered content creators.
The PUBG MOBILE STAR CHALLENGE (#PMSC) – Europe Finals are here, September 29th and 30th! Mark your calendars and drop into the action with us! https://t.co/uJEYF9Ibmv pic.twitter.com/2qks3sDGTc
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) 28 September 2018