PUBG Mobile Invites Players to #StayInTheSafeZone

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PUBG Mobile is encouraging its players to stay home and have fun during its Chicken Dinner At Home campaign. The ongoing event is in support of the #PlayApartTogether movement during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Players taking part offers players all-new in-game events and content for the foreseeable future.

Each region will see a different schedule of in-game events “such as Chicken Dinner challenges, Survival challenges, and more”. All of the events are designed to encourage teamwork and cooperation among players. Players will also receive “space gifts” each day that can be redeemed for event rewards such as “new prizes in the Brothers in Arms system”.

In addition, each weekend will see an influencer show match. During these special streams, social media content creators will “participate in festive challenges”. The community is invited to check them out and participate in discussions and ongoing quiz events.

Lastly, PUBGM will see all of its competitive action taken to virtual realms. PMCO and PMPL are online-only and the community is invited to check out the official sports channel for live stream events.

“We may be separated physically, but that doesn’t mean we can’t connect in meaningful ways through our shared love of games,” says Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing Department, Tencent Games. “We encourage all PUBGM players to safeguard their health by staying home, and closely following advice from the medical community. Let’s show our team spirit by continuing to enjoy PUBGM in a fun and healthy way. By supporting the #PlayApartTogether campaign and enjoying their chicken dinner at home, the PUBGM players can help fight COVID-19 and make a tremendous difference for all of us.”

Learn more on the PUBG Mobile official site.

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