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PUBG was banned in Nepal as it distracted young people from the studio

In Nepal, the use of the PUBG battle royale was banned as parents complained about the distraction of their children in the study.
Battle Royale

The creator of PUBG has finished with the battle royale games

Brendan Greene owes a lot to Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, the game that brought him as much as the battle royale genre to the fore. But while the battle royale games multiply, or at least contain a ...

Ten students arrested in India for playing PUBG

The Indian state of Gujarat has recently banned children from playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds but not all of them follow the law.
Battlefield 5: battle royale

Battlefield 5: imminent battle royale!

Battlefield 5: the battle royale mode called "Firestorm" is very close to release. On the daily update page of the Battlefield 5 online, the famous battle royale mode called "Firestorm" has appeared. Leak leaked thanks to user ...
PUBG Global Invitational

PUBG Global Invitational: Overwatch League routed

July was a key month for eSports: starting with the Overwatch League and ELEAGUE finals, via the Call of Duty CWL and the same PUBG Global Invitational 2018, the appointments are not ...
Playerunknown's Battlegrounds

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, the third map is coming soon

Sanhok is much smaller than the other two maps by PUBG. It's just 4 km x 4 km (a quarter of the size of Erangel or Miramar), and therefore the games tend to end ...

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, promised big changes to performance

Since its release, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been plagued with performance issues that have involved many players. In a recent post on Steam, PUBG Corp. outlines the upcoming performance fixes. The three priorities ...

Crazy move in PUBG during qualifying

During qualifying for PUBG Showdown North American Dreamhack Austin a player improvised a near suicidal move to overturn the fate of the match. One of those events that you would bet a lot on, however unlikely. How many...

Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered on Switch

Thanks to KAIKO, a German development studio, Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered will be coming to Switch! The Re-Mars-Tered edition, already available for PS4, Xbox One and ...

Year 1800 - Review

Industrial revolution to revolutionize the genre? The kind of real-time strategy on PC is not experiencing a truly rosy phase. I'm...

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