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Meet the Kildare man behind this year's surprise gaming hit - Irish Times

Three years ago, Brendan Greene was on welfare in his hometown of Kildare, Ireland, getting an earful from social workers about how he should stop wasting time developing free computer games. “They were telling me to look for jobs or I'll be cut off ...and more »

Known entity - Isthmus

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds — or PUBG for short — is one of the most popular video games of 2017, despite not technically being finished yet. A beta version launched in March has sold more than 10 million copies at last count. It's being developed ...and more »

PUBG Is the Hottest Videogame of 2017—and It Isn't Finished Yet - Wall Street Journal

The hottest videogame right now spends no money on marketing, has raked in hundreds of millions of dollars in sales and isn't finished being developed. “PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds”—or “PUBG,” as fans call it—caught the videogame industry off guard ...and more »

PUBG hit with stream of negative reviews following Chinese in-game ads - PC Gamer

Last week, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds broke 1.5 million concurrent users, announced its own subsidiary company (PUBG Corp), and revealed Squad FPP OCE servers will be confirmed "after mid-October". But the battle royale megahit rounded off the ...and more »

PUBG PS4 RELEASE DATE update: Good news for PlayStation fans ahead of Xbox One launch -

PUBG will almost certainly come to PS4, as PlayStation owners get the good news they've been waiting for. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole is said to be in talks with Sony about a possible PS4 port. That's according to a new report on ...and more »

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Breaks More Records; Gets Own Company - Screen Rant

It has been announced that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, more commonly knows as PUBG, is getting its own company. This comes after news recently broke concerning PUBG breaking sales records. PUBG is very much like The Hunger Games or ...and more »

Tencent looking to buy another 5% of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer - PCGamesN

Update, May 3: According to The Investor, Tencent is aiming to invest more than 600 billion Korean won (around $562 million) into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole, increasing their stake in the company from 5% to 10% and making the ...and more »

PUBG players create custom Death Race mode - KitGuru

Players of PUBG might be at the steering wheel of what's to come in the game, after a group organised its own death race mode. The unofficial mode comes with a set of rules, that if followed by gentleman's honour, can lead to a lot of fun. While ...and more »

PUBG Corporation is now developing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - KitGuru

Bluehole has handled PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds since it arrived in Early Access back in March, but has now announced that it is building a subsidiary to exclusively handle the hit title. PUBG Corporation will now be handling all duties surrounding ...and more »

Bluehole Forms PUBG Corp., Which Will Handle Further Development - TechRaptor

Bluehole, Inc. announced today the formation of PUBG Corp., which will handle business and development of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Chang Han Kim, who lead PUBG development as its Executive Producer, will lead PUBG Corp. as its CEO.and more »