Albertian PUBG War | Event in NA | Townscript
Albertian PUBG War | Event in NA | Townscript

Albertian PUBG War

Nov 13 '18 - Dec 06 '18 | 12:35 PM (IST)
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What is Albertian PUBG War? A guide to everything you need to know about Player Unknown's Battlegrounds

The game itself is a take on the Battle Royale concept - a number of people are released onto an island, last person standing wins. To do that, you’ve got to find weapons, kill people you see, and avoid danger. It started life as a mod for Arma 2, where PlayerUnknown himself (who has the much more sensible name of Brendan Greene) was creating what he wanted to be the definitive Battle Royale experience. He then co-developed H1Z1: King of the Kill, a similar concept for the zombie survival game H1Z1, before moving to Bluehole Inc to work on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. 

Each match pits about 100 people against each other, some of which can be in teams, while others will be going it alone. Winners receive their prestigious ‘winner winner, chicken dinner’ title, on top of an in-game currency that lets them purchase cosmetic items.


What's the best way to win in Albertian PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds War?

There’s two main tactics for winning in PUBG - go on a rampaging killing spree, or hide away until the time is right. The former will net you slightly more rewards at the end of the game, but it’s negligible. Which tactic you go for depends on your playing style and the guns you find. Everyone starts a match without a single weapon, they’ve got to scavenge in buildings to find guns, ammo, first aid kits, and so on. If you’re lucky, you’ll find an array of weapons, typically one long-range rifle with a magnifying scope and one short-range weapon like a shotgun. This allows you to choose if you want to go hunting for other players, risking your own life more directly, or hide away and ambush someone who gets too close.

Typically, hiding is the better option - no matter how good of a shot you are, the one map that’s currently available forces players to traverse wide open areas. When making your way through this, hunting another player, it’s not uncommon to have someone turn the tables from an unseen location. Balancing the threat of this with the reward of finishing another player off is the challenge, on top of being able to shoot accurately.

On the other hand, if you’re hiding, you’ve typically got more moments of safety. As mentioned before, the game will use a field of electricity to damage players that don’t move towards certain locations. These are the times where you’re most at danger, because many other players will be doing the same thing, rushing to a safe zone.

Hiding for the entire game, only to move at the last possible moment to the safe zone, isn’t the best tactic either. Generally, what’s best is to be hiding away and using that to your advantage. Know where you might be heading towards soon, where enemies might be coming from, and where your strengths lie. Larger groups of buildings typically attract more players - if there’s one road from a group of buildings to the safe zone, you can either avoid it or use it to set up an ambush.

Tournament Structure & Rules

1) Each Team with Four or Less Members can Play in this Tournament

2) Each Team can participate in the priliminary wars (Phase 1) conducted .

3) Top 50 Teams From the Priliminary Matches will be selected for Phase 2 War

4) Top 25 Teams from the Phase 2 War will be selected for Finals

5) Prizes Worth 10,000/- 

         1) First Prize : 4,000/-

         2) Second Prize : 2,000/-

         3) Third : 1,000/- 

         4) Top Killer in Final Match Prize : 500/- (One Person)

         5) Many more exciting prizes too.

 6) Follow the guidelines and decisions of the co-ordinators are final.



1) Emulators are allowed.

2) Report on time , cool off time of 10 minutes will be allowed after the reporting time.

3) Prizes money will be transferred to the PUBG SQUAD Administrator's Bank Account only.

4) Prizes money will be transferred on 8-12-2018 , Saturday 

5) Time schedule will be informed to the PUBG SQUAD Administrator on 1-12-2018 and 2-12-2018



Trial Match 1 : 26-11-2018 @ 2:00 pm  (For first 24 Registrations)

Trial Match 2 : 26-11-2018 @ 10:00 pm  (For next 24 Registrations)

Competition Priliminary  Matches : 3-12-2018 

Competition Priliminary  Matches : 4-12-2018 

Competition Priliminary  Matches : 5-12-2018 

Semi Final Matches   : 6-12-2018 

Final Matches             : 7-12-2018 


Contact Us

Student Contact 1 :( Hindi ,Malayalam, English )     Alen Silvestor : 80 75 93 37 08

Student Contact 2 : ( Malayalam, English )               Aldrin Antony  : 80 75 18 21 65

Asst. Professor (Computer Science Dept.) Contact 3 : (Tamil , Malayalam, English )    Amal M R : 790 77 20 30 7




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