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Now You Can Win Rs.35 Lakh Playing PUBG. Here’s How

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is currently the most popular game in world and players just can’t stop showing their love for this game on the internet. If you think that playing games can not help you make money, sorry we are going to break this belief with this article as PUBG has announced a tournament across India and other countries including Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Korea, Australia Indonesia, China, and New Zealand.

HP in partnership with PUBG Corp (alongside Intel) is also a part of this tournament which will be played in two categories — the amateur and influencer pool, with a combined cash prize of $50,000 (approx. Rs 35 lakh). The thing to be noted is that this challenge is for the PC version of PUBG only. The tournament is named as Omen Challenger, based on the name of HP’s line of gaming laptops.

How to participate and win PUBG HP Omen Challenger Series

  • To participate in this challenge, you need to register on HP Omen’s official website. Registrations have already begun and the first round of online qualifiers will start on September 15.

Registration link for India :

  • 80 amateur teams of 4 players each will qualify for the country qualifier and will be live-streamed. After this, 2 PUBG influencers from each country will be asked to make a team of 4 players each and compete in the Grand Finals. Note that, the finals will be played at Commart in Bangkok from November 2 to November 4.
  • 40 teams will compete in the amateur and influencer categories.

As HP is a part of this, buying an Omen laptop between September 3 and October 3 can help you and one of your friends to win a chance to go to Bangkok. Three pairs will be sponsored to watch the finale from November 2-3.

With this initiative, PUBG is entering eSportmarket which is growing at an impressive rate. PUBG has over three billion users on Steam, and recently it crossed 100 million downloads on its iOS and Android version.