News & Reviews: PUBG Mobile
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2020
Since 24 September, PUBG MOBILE has unveiled multiple contents in collaboration with BLACKPINK for the fans enjoyment. Besides that, there have also included BLACKPINK’s new song ‘Lovesick Girls’ from The Album, instead of ‘How You Like That’ when you logging into the game.
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2020
Other than releasing their highly-anticipated first full album titled "The Album", BLACKPINK has collaborated with PUBG Mobile to offer a special event for fans to participate and some exciting in-game content. As a K-Pop group that is currently a global sensation, many of you must be hyped up right now knowing that the girls will appear in one of the top mobile games in the world too.
Last Updated: Sep 09, 2020
PUBG Mobile has been a popular mobile game for a really long time. Not only continue to upgrade the gaming experience, but PUBG Mobile will now have new language support too for Bahasa Melayu. In the latest update, the mobile game will also bring other new features including a new map and a new weapon.
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2020
As some of you may already know, PUBG Mobile is officially banned in India due to security reasons along with other over 100 apps from China. India is one of PUBG Mobile largest fanbase (estimated 33 million users) so from a business point of view, this really hurt PUBG Corporation and they are taking action in working closely with the India government.
Last Updated: Sep 03, 2020
A few weeks ago, we reported that the India Government was looking into banning several mobile apps from China due to security reasons. They have already banned TikTok in their country and now with the latest update - a total of 118 mobile apps are blocked.
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2020
Gaming addiction is not a new thing but it's certainly a concern across the world. From all the way in India, a youngster (aged 16) unfortunately passed away for having a marathon on PUBG (note: not PUBG Mobile) for an unknown period of time.
Trump released executive orders to ban TikTok & WeChat, but what could this mean for other China apps?Last Updated: Aug 07, 2020
Tension for TikTok is rising as US President Donald Trump has just issued an executive order to ban the app in 45 days. It's not just TikTok though, as WeChat just got pulled into the situation as well for the same days given for the ban. That said, WeChat belongs to Tencent Holdings Ltd in China, so does this mean that the ban could extend to PUBG Mobile and other video game companies (partially) owned by them?
Last Updated: Aug 06, 2020
Although the smartphones from OnePlus do not shout 'gaming beasts', their hardware and software are definitely still enough for users to enjoy gaming sessions without any major restrictions. Now, a piece of good news has come as certain OnePlus smartphones will get exclusive early access to PUBG Mobile in 90 FPS (Frames Per Second).
Last Updated: Jun 15, 2020
When it comes to mobile eSports, PUBG Mobile continues to be the most popular in the SEA region and another tournament is on the way. Digi, Esports PLayer League (ESPL) and OPPO have partnered up to host an online tournament, with a substantial prize pool of RM25000.
Last Updated: May 14, 2020
With the on-going Conditional Movement Control Order, it seems that some businesses are coming back slowly with caution. Among the companies, Razer took a bold move in announcing their upcoming Razer Southeast Asian Invitational 2020. The event is scheduled to kick off on 22 June, followed by the grand finals on 3-5 July 2020.