Since Bluehole Inc. announced that they will livestream the #games exclusive content. So this will be for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on Facebook Live in Windows. Therefore, I have to apologise, this news came late. Starting yesterday July 10 at 7:00 – 10:00 PM PDT and occurring four times a month. Bluehole will livestream Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds gameplay on their Facebook Page. Each live video will showcase different elements. While starting with games hosted by one of Bluehole’s community managers. These weekly livestreams will then alternate hosts between content creators from the PUBG community and Bluehole’s community managers. What does this have to do with Linux? We want to get more community members showing that Tux love. Since the games only available for Windows right now.
“This new initiative with Facebook will bring our passionate fan base closer to our development team,” states Chang Han Kim, VP and Executive Producer, Bluehole Inc. “Livestreaming has been very important to the growth of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. We believe that featuring PUBG livestreamers on Facebook further strengthens our commitment. Both to the community while extending the reach of our game to a global audience.”
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds new livestream (Windows, no Linux)
So starting now and following every Monday at 7:00 PM PDT. Gamers can tune in to PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS Facebook Page for the latest stream: Facebook.com/playbattlegrounds. Since this is a great opportunity to throw in some Linux love.
So to be notified when a video goes live. like’ button on the Page.
“Facebook and the Bluehole team have a shared belief in the power of gaming communities. And PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is a stunning example of a hit game. Guided directly by its fans,” said Leo Olebe, Director of Global Games Partnerships at Facebook. “BATTLEGROUNDS is just as much fun to watch as it is to play. We’re excited to see some of the best PUBG creators bring exclusive content to Facebook to help fuel its growing community on the platform.”
For more information about PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, please visit playbattlegrounds.com. Since the games only available for Windows. Bluehole Studio have not made a Linux announcement. Get those votes in via the Steam Discussion.