Bluehole Inc., the developer of multiplayer phenomenon PlayerUnknown’s Battlegroundsis pairing up with Facebook for a weekly live-streaming series that aims to give players a new peek into the beloved online brawler. Announced today in a statement from the studio, these streams will showcase different aspects of PUBG gameplay and will be hosted by both Bluehole community managers and PUBG content creators. 

“We believe that featuring PUBG live streamers on Facebook further strengthens our commitment to the community while extending the reach of our game to a global audience,” said Chang Han Kim, VP and Executive Producer of Bluehole Inc., in a statement.

Starting tonight and following every Monday at 7:oo p.m. PDT/10:00 p.m. EST, fans will be able to tune in exclusively via the PUBG Facebook Page. Leo Olebe, Director of Global Partnerships at Facebook, said in a statement that he hopes this hosted content will help grow the PUBG community on the social network. Olebe states,

“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. BATTLEGROUNDS is just as much fun to watch as it is to play, and 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.”

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