PUBG PC players can find out if they killed a streamer with a new app

By Shabana Arif, Wednesday, 30 January 2019 10:16 GMT

A new app lets you find out if your PUBG death was at the hands of a streamer, and vice versa.

Currently available for PC players only, PUBG Report lets you enter your username and find out whether you croaked it live on someone’s stream for all the world to see. Or if you gave a streamer a good trouncing.

Eurogamer reports that the post-match data is collected from PUBG API, an official service for developers who can use the information to create websites and tools.

You’ll only be able to view kills for the last 14 days though, so if you’re almost certain you killed a well-known streamer, you’ve got a limited time period to find the clip and relive your moment of glory.

In PUBG console news, the Vikendi map recently rolled out on Xbox One and PS4 along with a couple of competitions to celebrate.

Xbox One players are currently participating in a scavenger hunt for in-game and real life goodies. The two rounds are wrapping up this week, so there’ still time to get involved.

PS4 players can also nab themselves in-game gear in the Vikendi Stunt Contest, and there’s even a chance to win a custom PS4 Pro.

In-game rewards for both console contests include the pink Snow Beanie and Snow Sunglasses.

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