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PUBG Mobile Collaborates Again with Line Friends

PUBG Mobile has entered into a further collaboration with Line Friends, a global creative studio that is popular for its adorable characters, after previously capturing the hearts of the PUBG Mobile community around the world through its first collaboration in July 2021.

Sally, Choco, Brown, Leonard, and Cony themed merchandise is available to obtain from February 2 to March 3 2024. During this limited period, players can play the “Prize Path” and “Hola Buddy” events to get various Line exclusive skins Friends.

The “Prize Path” event provides 10 types of Line Friends themed prizes, namely Line Friends Dragon Brown Set, Dragon Brown Cover, Brown Helmet, Dragon Cony Set, Dragon Cony Cover, Lovey Dovey 2-Seat Motorcycle, Line Friends Pan, Glider, Plane Finish, and Parachute.

To complete the Line Friends merchandise collection, players can also get 5 other prizes through the “Hola Buddy” event: Line Friends Sally Buddy, Dragon Sally Buddy Set, Choco Dress Set, LEONARD Raincoat Set, and Sally Backpack.

The celebration of PUBG Mobile’s collaboration with Line Friends is also getting livelier with the presence of the “Fluffy Fortress” event which will be held on February 4 2024. Indonesian creators Hici Chy, Bennym0za, Bang Alex, and Jeixy will show off their skills in playing PUBG Mobile against other creators from Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines while wearing adorable Line Friends merchandise.

Previously, PUBG Mobile also just held a promotion, where gamers could get PUBG Mobile skins for free. That is, only with push rank in the newest season, namely Cycle 6 Season 16.

C6S16 will last for several months, starting from January 14 – March 16 to be precise. If you succeed in reaching the highest possible rank, the prizes you get will be even more tempting.

 

Persija Esports Withdraws from PUBG Mobile Championship, What’s the Fate of the Players?

Persija Esports has just announced surprising news. For now they will no longer appear in the competitive PUBG Mobile scene.

“With the end of PMGC 2023 Turkiye, Persija Esports and Evos Esports have decided to withdraw from the PUBGM competitive scene and not continue collaborating in the PUBGM division,” wrote Persija Esports, quoted by Game Station from its official statement on Instagram, Thursday (28/12/2023) .

This news came not long after Evos Esports also said they were parting ways with them. It’s just that it’s still not known for certain what the real reason is that the two are no longer together.

“Evos announced that it will not continue collaborating with Persija Esports in developing the PUBGM team. This is not the end of the story, but rather a short break to build a stronger foundation in the future,” wrote Evos Esports.

Unfortunately, this announcement came after negative issues hit the players. Yes, recently there has been a lot of discussion among esports activists in the country, regarding players who have not received prize money from the official PUBG Mobile tournament.

However, it is not certain whether their separation was due to this or other factors. The reason is that both parties, neither Persija Esports nor Evos Esports, have provided a detailed statement regarding the reasons for the disbandment of this team.

But apart from this, what about the fate of the players? Meanwhile, only the White Tiger has revealed the status of his PUBG Mobile roster. They conveyed this via their official Instagram on December 20.

“Thank you to Coach Sinyo, Redface and Linx for their hard work and dedication to Evos,” wrote Evos Esports.

Meanwhile, the status of PJEV players is still gray. Because this team has not yet spoken out regarding the fate of Zuxxy, Luxxy and others like Evos Esports did.

Even so, Persija Esports’ journey in the competitive scene does not stop. They said that in the future they would carry out various innovations and collaborations.

“Persija Esports will also expand to other game lines/divisions as part of our vision and mission to continue to participate and excel and make a positive contribution to the esports ecosystem in Indonesia,” concluded Persija Esports.

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