Gameplay Management encourages players to enjoy a balanced gaming experience.
After a successful launch earlier this year, Gameplay Management on PUBG Mobile to 10 more countries, where it is aiming to promote more responsible gaming which can help with positive digital wellbeing. Gameplay Management is now available in Lebanon, Oman, Jordan, Algeria, Palestine, Bahrain, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Yemen in addition to the UAE, Kuwait, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq.
Gameplay Management includes reminders and various checks on players that lets them know if they’ve been playing too long on PUBG Mobile. Much like how digital wellbeing apps work, it can give you an overview and/or a reminder on your app usage. Younger players will also have better notifications on how long they’ve been playing. If you have been playing the game for more than 6 hours, the system will temporarily ban access. It will also tell you to take 15-minute breaks every two hours when playing.
“As the developer of one of the most popular mobile games in the world, we strive to provide the best gaming environment. The wellbeing of our players is of paramount interest and we have an ongoing initiative to encourage players to enjoy PUBG MOBILE in a balanced way,” said Herman Zhao, Director of PUBG MOBILE Operation Team in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Along with Fortnite, PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular games in the world at the moment. In the game, up to 100 players parachute on a remote island and battle it out where the last man standing wins the game.
PUBG Mobile is available as a free download on iOS and Android.