Tencent’s PUBG Mobile brought in $146m in May, according to Financial Times. This result makes it the world’s top-grossing mobile game.
100 million monthly active users (MAUs) now play the mobile version of PUBG, according to App Annie via VentureBeat. That doesn’t include players in China, where Tencent, the game’s publisher, had to shut the game…
Tencent pulled the mobile test version of PUBG in China. The online blockbuster never received the monetization approval from the government.
Iraq’s parliament voted this week to ban PUBG and Fortnite, popular online battle royale games, Reuters reports.
On Thursday, Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) permanently banned the online multiplayer battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Reuters reports.