FirstBlood organizes PUBG PC Tournaments every day, in different regions of the world. Participants residing in the specific region are eligible to register themselves into the tournaments at no additional cost. The best part is that the player who manages to win the tournament in the end, defeating the enemy gets to win lucrative rewards and prizes!
PUBG PC Tournaments are similar to the PUBG Mobile game, except for the fact that participants instead of playing it on their mobiles, opt to play it on their computers. To play PUBG PC Tournaments you must have DOTA2 (the latest version) downloaded on your PC. Unless a participant has the latest version of DOTA2 downloaded on their PC, they won’t be able to participate in the tournament.
Participants who opt for PUBG PC Tournaments will have to register themselves on the FirstBlood site using their email or any of the following social media accounts – Twitter, Facebook, Google, Twitch, Discord and/or VK. After registering yourself through this method, you will be eligible to participate in the tournaments which are currently active on the site. Similar to the Mobile version of the tournaments, you will have to agree to provide all honest and correct information; else the organizers will have the right to disqualify your participation.
PUBG PC Tournaments don’t have anything different from the mobile version of the game, except for the obvious fact that you get to play the game on a bigger screen and have a better grip over the controls (in case you have difficulty in handling the game on your mobile). Remember to provide correct information on the site, so that they don’t prevent you from participating in the tournament. Remember to check whether the tournament is happening in your geographical location before registering yourself.