PUBG Mobile will donate funds to fight COVID-19 based on Just How Much players run into the game.
This brand new in-game donation drive has been organised in partnership with humanitarian aid organisation Direct Relief. The”Running Challenge For Donation” in-game battle enables individual players to participate and donate to the worthy cause. The in-game occasion goes till July 28 and players’ sprinting distance in the game will be added into the server landmark corresponding to a dollar contribution by PUBG Mobile. Produced by Tencent Games, the mobile game lately got Royal Pass Season 14 that comes with fresh rewards and subscription plans.
The business has started the server-wide running obstacle with an official donation of $1 million (approximately Rs. 7.5 crores) already made by PUBG Mobile, and each players sprinting distance in-game is going to be added to the server landmark corresponding to some dollar contribution. The landmark tracker will probably be increasing as gamers conduct more in-game. The specific amount of donation will be announced after the event is over.
Apart from this in-game event, Direct Relief has also made a committed space for many PUBG Mobile community members to contribute each time they want to. The company states that’all contributions will directly lead to encourage Direct Relief’s emergency response to COVID-19 across the world.’
PUBG Mobile recently launched the Royal Pass Season 14: Spark the Flame. It brings new multi-formed gear skins and improved degree rewards. It also announced a collaboration with Google to help Android users enroll in Royal Pass Season 14 through a Prime subscription service which unlocks exclusive participant benefits. A recent PUBG Mobile update also brought over the new Nordic-style map called Livia. The map is 2km x 2km in size and features match that lasts almost 15 minutes. There’s an exclusive new vehicle, the Monster Truck; along with also two exclusive weapons, the P90 SMG, along with the Mk 12 marksman rifle.