Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds broke into the gaming scene last year and has since become a raging success. It recently launched its mobile version called PUBG Mobile on both Android and iOS a couple of days ahead of its biggest competitor Fortnite. And now, despite stiff competition from Fortnite that has record number of players on it despite being just on iOS, PUBG Mobile has broken the 10 million daily active users mark.
Tencent Games recently tweeted from its official PUBG Mobile handle recently announcing the news along with some fun facts about Season One of the game.
The image shows four stats and that include overall running distance that has been recorded to be 6,662,425,871km which is estimated to be equivalent to 166,000 times around the Earth. The second one is the most landed spot in the map and that is Pochinki, that has been named after a small village in Russia.
The third is an average time survived on the map which has been recorded as 14.2 minutes and is probably shorter than most people’s commute to work. And lastly, the average kill distance that is 39 meters and the developers warn that enemies might be closer than people think.
PUBG Mobile recently launched a new update that ushered the game in its second season along with the introduction of the desert map named Miramar, along with new weapons and content. PUBG Mobile is one of the most downloaded games on Android right now and Tencent games has recently introduced its own emulator to combat the growing menace of players using unofficial PC emulators to get an unfair advantage over smartphone players.