PUBG Mobile has announced a new #PlayItForward campaign that is a brand-new initiative with a plan of making gaming more accessible and supporting higher education. The loot drop will see big red loot created dropped around a university or college near you soon that will unlock over R50,000 worth of prizes including two bursaries and spot giveaways.
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The whole idea of the initiative is to see which college or university garners the most support from its PUBG Mobile ambassadors. Students can sign up to be a PUBG Mobile ambassador through the official website and each institution will have a unique code that can be used to download the game. The more students that use the code, the higher their ranking goes in the leaderboard of being the institution with the most downloads. Loot crates will arrive at the two institutions with the most downloads registered through the unique code.
The two winning institutions with the most downloads will get the loot crate drops which will unlock the following;
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#FF0C0C” class=”” size=”21″]The two winning institutions that qualify for the PUBG MOBILE Crate Drop will enjoy a day of gaming, spot prizes and the main prize of a R25,000 bursary. The bursary will be given to the winner of a Single Classic game where the winner will take all. We’ll also host room games and have exclusive merch and Chicken Dinners up for grabs so make sure you get there early. Make sure you keep an eye on this webpage for updated information and the latest news on the Varsity Drop Campaign to find out how we plan to “Play It Forward” with PUBG Mobile[/perfectpullquote]
Apart from the crate drops, institutions registered under a PUBG Mobile Ambassador will also have access to weekly challenges and events where they can unlock merchandise, Chicken Dinner vouchers and cash prizes.
Make sure you head over to the PUBG Mobile website where you can register to be an ambassador so you can head up your institution and in the #PlayItForward campaign.