Melee Throws In PUBG For PCs Could Now Get You Physical Recognition


If you can throw melee weapons to hit the right spots on enemies, at the right time, then you could win rewards.PUBG Awards 2019 would reward your abilities.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

If you can throw melee weapons to hit the right spots on enemies, at the right time, then you could win rewards. But, the bottom-line here is that your ability counts. PUBG Awards 2019 would recognize and reward your abilities to throw melee weapons. 

Melee throwing in PUBG 

Here, you would need a video to participate in the PUBG Awards 2019. Tag your melee videos with the trending hashtags #PUBGAwards2019 and #AimToWin. Check out below the official teaser of the PUBG Awards melee throwing challenge.  

At this point in time, the PUBG Awards 2019 is currently underway and goes on till 30 November. Here, PUBG has stated that it is looking at crazy aspects within the videos posted by users. PUBG has also stated that it would give a bit of a higher priority to craziness and unconventional gameplay, over skill.  

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In related news, PUBG Mobile's flagship event - the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2019 is at its global finals. The event has witnessed strong participation from the teams from India. These teams are Team SOUL and Team Entity Gaming. Both these teams qualified directly for the finals. However, other Indian teams - in the preliminaries such as the Team IND, Team INS, and Team Synerge did not make it to the finals. This despite relatively good performances during the preliminaries. Hence, the teams from India now deserve all your cheers and positiveness. Keep the cheers on. 

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