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PUBG Mobile announces Global Extreme Challenge: All you need to know

Apart from teaming up with the celebrities, PUBG Mobile is also joining hands with Direct Relief to gather funds for supplying medical aid to frontline healthcare workers.

PUBG Mobile Global Extreme Challenge
PUBG Mobile Global Extreme Challenge (PUBG)

PUBG Mobile on Monday revealed that it will be hosting a new edition of its Global Extreme Challenge on July 30. The company has partnered with celebrities, influencers and players in different regions to present an online PUBG MOBILE match.

PUBG Mobile community members can watch the match via the company’s official Facebook, YouTube and Twitch channels on July 30 at timings specified for their region. These timings are: 12:00-14:00 UTC for Southeast Asia, 16:00 - 18:00 UTC for South Asia and Middle East, 18:00 - 20:00 UTC for North America for Europe 00:00 - 02:00 UTC for South America.

As mentioned earlier, PUBG is partnering with celebrities, sports players and artists for its upcoming event. These celebrities will act as the captains of their own teams for different regions that will compete in the Global Extreme Challenge on July 30. While Europe will be led by Kevin De Bruyne: Kevin De Bruyne and Aleyna Tilki, North America will be led by Jack Osbourne and Ky Bowman and South America will be led by Paulo Dybala, Levinho, Yurem Rojas and Marian Santos. Southeast Asia, on the other hand, will be led by GADING, Aurelie and Hiền Hồ, and South Asia will be led by MortaL and Scout.

Apart from teaming up with the celebrities, PUBG Mobile is also joining hands with Direct Relief, which is a non-profit organisation that focuses on healthcare efforts and poverty alleviation, to gather funds for supplying medical aid to frontline healthcare workers. While watching the Global Extreme Challenge event, players can donate directly to support the fundraiser to help more people in need and support the cause. “The campaign is launched for the “play for good” initiative of encouraging players to stay home and also contributing their own efforts to society,” the company said in a release.