These PUBG Mobile Pros Have Some Chicken Dinner Tips For You
If anybody told you that playing video games all day will get you no where, well they were wrong. So wrong!
These days there are many out there who are earning lakhs just by playing games like PUBG, honing their skills by constant practice and ample game time. PUBG is one of the most played multiplayer mobile game in the world with almost 30 million daily active users. India is the second largest user base for PUBG after the US.
The Quint had the opportunity to catch up with two participants of the upcoming PUBG MOBILE India Series 2019, which is the first ever national level PUBG tournament being organised in the country and will take place on 10 March in Hyderabad.
Speaking to the pros, Vinay Gahlot (PUBG ID: iconic) who is a 22 year old B.com Hons. student from New Delhi and Rahul Dhankar (PUBG ID: nova) who is pursuing his B.tech in Delhi, will be playing the finals of the tournament on Sunday.
The total number of registrations received for the tournament amassed to 575,000 out of whom only 80 players have made it to the finals.
Winning the finals guarantees a team to walk away with a cash prize Rs 30,00,000 while the team to finish second and third get Rs 10,00,000 and Rs 5,00,000 respectively.
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These players prepare for tournaments like these by playing almost 3-4 hours in a day and most of them prefer big-display devices to play the games.
Both these players recommend other PUBG players to practice sharpening their listening skills, playing the game on a good and uninterrupted wi-fi connection and building good chemistry with teammates to win the game.
Most of these competitions make players play in Classic Mode where around 25 teams of 4 each are left to battle for survival till the end. The winner is the player who survives.