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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds grossed nearly a billion dollars over the past year

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds continues to be one of the most successful Battle Royals of the genre, and although the active playerbase of the game has dropped compared to the first few months since its launch last year ...

In India PUBG Mobile is limited to six hours a day to combat its ...

PUBG Mobile has a large group of players in countries like China and India, but at the same time the title is badly viewed by governments, which have banned the game in different areas ...
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Playerunknown's Battlegrounds: China's Mobile Version arrives

A few days ago we talked about Bluehole and Tencent's attempt to bring Playerunknown's Battlegrounds to China. China had replied that this would only be possible if the game adapted to ...

PUBG creators announce a new game called Ascent: Infinite Realm.

The creators of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, Bluehole, announced their next video game today. Titled Ascent: Infinite Realm, it is a MMORPG, high fantasy and with steampunk influences. It will be published by Kakao Games, authors ...
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Does PUBG Share Software House?

The success of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds shows no sign of stopping. Since the publication in early access, the game has done nothing but reap acclaim among users, quickly exceeding the 10 million copies sold, exceeding ...

Great news for Playerunknown's Battlegrounds

The developers of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds are about to release a "only first-person view" mode for their game, with a big update this month. The possibility of switching the room from the first to the third person allowed ...

WWE 2K20 - "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt will be the content of ...

A few days ago 2K unveiled the release date of the new sports title dedicated to WWE's great wrestling. The Twitter account of the American software house, ...

New Partnerships and Features Fuel Scalefast Growth in 2019

Digital commerce platform continues to grow with new partnerships, features and multiple industry awards at 2019LOS ANGELES - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # DTC - Scalefast, based in Los Angeles based digital commerce ...

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