Watch live videos of PUBG GamingJuly 24, 2020
Watch live videos of PUBG Gaming? PlayerUnknown’s Battleground has grown a lot since its early beta stages and so has the PlayerUnknown’s Battleground Community. The game not only offers a rich new experience but it also acts as a livelihood to many people and today I am going to talk about those people, who are best known as “Streamers”.
Pro games players news : Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorfhas become an overnight sensation and one of the most iconic esports players of the year when he won the Fortnite World Cup at only 16-years of age. His achievement earned him a spot in the history books as well as $3 million in prize winnings. For his incredible performance at the Fortnite World Cup, Bugha also became the Esports Player of the Year and Esports PC Rookie of the Year. He earned both rewards during Esports Awards ceremony, which took place earlier in November. Besides $3 million he earned at the Fortnite World Cup Solo, Bugha also won four other smaller Fortnite tournaments and finished second at Fortnite Champion Series – Season X North America East – Week 3, where he pocketed $12,000.
The Swedish streamer has a second youtube channel called BluePanda with 2.39 million subscribers, which makes his total subscriber base almost 9 million! Like Carry, Panda is also at his best when using Snipers, and is widely regarded as the best headshot taker in the game. The other notable skills that he is known for is his high levels of accuracy, as he barely misses a shot and finishes most games with 30+ kills. Further, he doesn’t play on an emulator, which puts him on a higher level, as far as pure gaming skill is concerned.
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Since entering Steam Early Access in April, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has become one of the most ridiculously popular games of the year — One that’s often as much fun to watch as it is to play… if you’re watching the right people, that is. A huge number of players stream the game on services like Twitch and YouTube, but not all PUBG streamers are created equal. The game has such a high skill ceiling and so much drama inherent in its free-for-all, “battle royale” premise that some people can really make their gameplay exciting and fun to watch, while others can get mired in frustration, hassling their teammates and complaining about their fates.