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End of Season 9 Ranked and Rewards Announcement - - 2020/11/25 07:00

Season 9 is just about over and there’s a new collection of great rewards waiting for you! Read on for information on schedules, rewards, and more. Let’s get into it!Requirements for Earning RewardsPU...

Black Friday G-Coin Promotion - - 2020/11/25 02:00

Hello Survivors,Black Friday Deals have landed on the Battlegrounds!For a limited time, you can pick up two different G-Coin packs at a 10% discount and receive bonus skins along with them! Each pack...

Introducing PUBG GLOBAL INVITATIONAL.S! - - 2020/11/20 10:01

Hello, PUBG esports fans!Each year, we bring together the best in PUBG esports from all around the world to compete for the ultimate chicken dinner. We started out in 2018 with the first ever PUBG GLO...

Update 9.2 - Now Live! - - 2020/11/18 08:52

Update 9.2 has just arrived on live servers and brings to the Battlegrounds a new vehicle, a long-requested feature, a new character-focused pass, and more!Tear up the terrain on the brand new Dirt Bi...

Update 9.2 - Patch Notes - - 2020/11/11 08:36

Update 9.2 is now available on live servers!GameplayNew Vehicle: Dirt BikeThe new single-seater Dirt Bike is more than just a lite version of the Motorbike. It has its own independent clutch system to...

IP blocks[edit source]

Hello, Pcj here from the GRASP team. I noticed in the past you have used extended-length global blocks to combat vandalism from IP addresses/users who aren't logged in. Per "Blocking users" on the help wiki, the standard for IP address blocks is two weeks, as IP addresses are dynamically assigned (and the smarter vandals/spambots use proxies/VPNs to show a false IP anyway). It would be preferable to only use two weeks, or short of that, at least make the block only local to this wiki. I'll be unblocking users whose blocks are past the two week limit. If there are any problems with that we can address them as they arise. Thank you. --Pcj (talk) 14:55, 10 October 2017 (UTC)