PUBG Corp announced that people will be able to meet many features of Battlegrounds at the G-Star 2019 scene from the 14th of November to the 17th (KST).
First, in the PUBG (Krafton) booth in the B2C exhibition, there will be a “FACE:PUBG” display. Through the display, they will be sharing the background of how PUBG was born, the story, and about the current and future plans.
As Battlegrounds is a game that grew based on the fan community, and as they always communicate with the users under the value of ‘Fan First’, PUBG will be giving the fans diverse content and programs that they can enjoy for a new experience in Battlegrounds.
Through the FACE:PUBG exhibit, not only the stories from the main developers but also the stories from the partner streamers, who helped PUBG become a game popular worldwide, will be available.
Taking another step from gaming will be the exhibition of some work of contemporary artists that were motivated by Battlegrounds, which also became a cultural content.
The ‘Battlegrounds Heritage’ teaser video where fans can meet the FACE:PUBG exhibit in advance will be available on the 8th, through the PUBG official cafe, Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, etc.
In the outdoor booth of Krafton, there will be several on-the-scene events using the Battlegrounds IP. Fans will be participating in special goods giveaways, stamp missions, special quiz shows, etc.
Besides that, the Battlegrounds IP will also be available in several different partnered booths. In the LG Electronics booth, fans can experience Battlegrounds on the newest gaming monitor/PC, and on the new smartphone, LG V50S ThinQ dual screen as well. There will also be a celebrity and influencer exhibition match. Other than that, booths such as Google Play, AfreecaTV, or AORUS will hold events using Battlegrounds PC/Mobile IP.