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PUBG Epic Fails Event: Chance to win thousands of dollars, players just have to do this work

New Delhi. KRAFTON company has told that it is hosting a PUBG Epic Fails event in PUBG. BATTLEGROUNDS (for PC and Console), which encourages new and existing players to share their favorite in-game fail moments via social media for a chance to win. In-game currency (G-Coin), the game’s next Survivor Pass and a real-life trophy that humorously celebrates their failure. The PUBG Epic Fails event will take place on February 22 at 11:00 PM (PST). It has been designed in a fun and engaging way to bring new players to PUBG. Please note that BATTLEGROUNDS is now a free-to-play game.

Players will be required to share short clips or screenshots of their most failed moments via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using #PUBGEpicFails. Each submission must also include the player’s in-game nickname and their preferred game platform (eg, PlayStation, Xbox, Steam, etc.). All submissions must be filed by the time specified.

Winners and Prizes:

A total of 22 winners will be randomly selected and given 20,000 G-Coins, a 16.2 survival pass and a real-life trophy.
An additional 100 winners will be selected as the Weekly Best winners and will be given randomly placed G-Coin crates containing 500 and 50,000 G-Coins. Winners will be announced by February 28.

The PUBG Epic Fails event comes after the recent transition to free-to-play, PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS. Crafton recently revealed that the game was top ranked on Steam during its transition to free-to-play on January 12, 2022. Not only has the recent free-to-play transition made accessing the globally popular battle royale title easier than ever. It has pushed similar growth rates since the game was first released in 2017. In the week following the F2P transition, the game saw a 486% increase in new players, beating the 2017 player growth rate.


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