October 1, 2020

13 Interesting Facts about PUBG!

PUBG is a household game in India now. Every night, almost every college, school boys are playing for almost 2 hours on average  daily! Though guys are always insomniac but now that insomnia has reached another level altogether! Let explore all the angles related to PUBG in the blog below. So, lets get started!

1.What is PUBG?

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole

2. Who created PUBG?

 PUBG has been produced by Chang-han Kim(CEO at PUBG Coropration) and developed by Krafton, PUBG Corporation, Xbox Game Studios, Tencent Games.

3. Stats related to PUBG

PUBG  is extremely popular game worldwide with  200 million downloads and with 30 million users playing it daily.

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4. Hype of PUBG in India

When PUBG was launched in India in 2018, the game changed due to the presence of JIO movement of free internet to every Indian! What else could they ask for!The hype could be realized from the fact that Post the launch of PUBG, there has been an 8-10X rise in mobile game downloads and active mobile gaming population reaching 200 Million+ in India

5. Rules of PUBG

Battle royale basically means all against all.The game is ultimately a battle to the last player standing, with 100 players on an 8 x 8 km island.There are three modes of play: solo, duo and squad, with the latter letting you team up with three other players for a team of four.The game starts with you parachuting onto the game island. On landing your mission is to gather everything you can to help you win, from clothes to medical supplies to weapons, with a wide range of weapons and modifications for those weapons.Each game can last up to about 30 minutes if you’re one of the last standing. Of course, you can die almost as soon as you’re on the ground. Winner, winner, chicken dinner.

6.The best feature of PUBG

The best part of PUBG is experince, looks, control, and ofcourse ability to play with your friends while everyone is on their own remote locations! Cool!

7.PUBG Controversy

Despite the immense popularity of the battle royale game, PUBG has become a subject of controversy, especially in India. There have been cases where students are neglecting studies and are said to be ‘addicted’ to the game

8.PUBG BAN

PUBG is banned in Gujarat .This is because the police believe that the game can allegedly lead to violent behaviour among children and youth, and adversely affect studies.

9.PUBG Competition Games

The biggest competition to PUBG now is Call of Duty which in just few months outaken PUBG in amount of downloads. Ofcourse, Fortnite continue to be a favorite for many!

10.How PUBG makes money

PUBG Corporation has made about 1Billion dollar in 2018 all due to in app purchases, sponsorship, affiliate marketing etc.

11.PUBG Slowdown

The iconic battle royale game has now lost 82 percent of its players from its peak position back in January 2018. According to data from the Steam charts, over the past four weeks, the average monthly players for PUBG was 288,848. This compared to January 2018 when it had 1,584,886 concurrent players is a big drop.

12.Top 5 PUBG Players in India

Maddoc,8bit-Thuglife,iMazik,Experiment and Mortal are top 5 pubg players in India

13.How to get over PUBG addiction

Ask help from parents. Don’t recharge data. get back to life. Reconnect with old friends and hobbies and identify your goal in life. But most importantly accept and ask for help.

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