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PUBG Mobile Announces 2nd Ultimate Set Design Contest with $100,000 Prize Pool

PUBG Mobile Announces 2nd Ultimate Set Design Contest with $100,000 Prize Pool
PUBG Mobile Announces 2nd Ultimate Set Design Contest with $100,000 Prize Pool
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In a recent tweet, PUBG Mobile has announced the launch of their 2nd Ultimate Set Design Contest. The contest invites all creative minds to showcase their design skills and stand a chance to have their design featured in PUBG Mobile.

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The tweet read, “Let your creativity shine, and your design could make it into PUBG MOBILE! Plus, win a piece of the $100,000 prize pool!” This statement not only highlights the opportunity for designers to have their work showcased on a global platform but also teases a hefty prize pool of $100,000.

The contest is open to all, regardless of whether you’re a professional designer or a PUBG enthusiast who enjoys dabbling in design. The aim is to bring together the PUBG community and celebrate the creativity and talent within it.

To participate in the contest, interested individuals can register at the link provided in the tweet. The specifics of the contest, including the rules and guidelines, are expected to be available on the registration page.

This contest follows the success of the first Ultimate Set Design Contest, which saw an overwhelming response from the PUBG community. The winning designs were incorporated into the game, providing a unique and personalized gaming experience for the players.

With the hashtags #PUBGMOBILE, #PUBGMPDP, #PUBGMFANART, and #PUBGMCREATIVE, PUBG Mobile is encouraging participants to share their designs and experiences on social media, fostering a sense of community and shared excitement.

As the contest kicks off, it will be interesting to see the array of designs that the talented PUBG community comes up with. Whether you’re a participant or a spectator, one thing is for sure – PUBG Mobile is about to get a whole lot more creative!

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