Worldlink Partners with PUBG Mobile | Promises Better Gaming Experience
The craze of PUBG Mobile in Nepal has grown exponentially. After the recent achievement of the Nepali team, DRS (Da Real Soldiers ) Gaming in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship securing 2nd position in the tournament, government, as well as sponsors, are interested and excited for the eSports. On the latest news, WorldLink has partnered with PUBG Mobile, which will boost the country's gaming scenario.
PUBGM x Worldlink: The Game-Changing Partnership Event
On April 30, Worldlink organized an event at Kathmandu Marriott Hotel, Naxal to showcase the contract signing/partnership Ceremony with PUBG Mobile. The collaboration is set to revolutionize the mobile gaming experience for millions of players in Nepal. With the rapid growth of the mobile gaming industry, PUBG Mobile and WorldLink have joined forces to enhance the gaming experience for their users. The partnership will see WorldLink provide the network infrastructure required to support PUBG Mobile's ever-increasing user base, ensuring seamless gameplay and faster response times.
WorldLink's state-of-the-art network infrastructure and cutting-edge technology will ensure that PUBG Mobile's players can enjoy uninterrupted gameplay, regardless of their location or device. The partnership will also provide players with faster download and upload speeds, reducing latency and improving overall performance.
Speaking on the importance of this partnership, the Assistant Producer, Paarth Sharma of Tencent South Asia Publishing said, "As a brand that has changed the mobile gaming ecosystem in the sub-continent, Nepal remains key geography for us: It's not just the game's popularity, but the talent that's competing in our global esports events with the likes of DRS at PMGC, DeadEyes Guys, Skylights Gaming and T2K frequently displaying their mettle, the passion for PUBG MOBILE is clearly visible here. It gives us immense pleasure to see our star creators like CR7 and 4K gaming grow each day, and in turn, our efforts have been to grow this community as a whole. We focus on not just entertaining them, but giving them opportunities to grow professionally. That's why we saw WorldLink as a great partner that shares our passion & resolve to make mobile gaming in Nepal, the biggest success story of South Asia, and this is just the beginning."
The partnership between PUBG Mobile and WorldLink is set to provide players with a new level of gaming experience, allowing them to enjoy the game like never before. PUBG Mobile's dedication to providing the best gaming experience, coupled with WorldLink's advanced technology, will undoubtedly make for an unbeatable gaming experience for users in Nepal.
"We are thrilled to partner with PUBG Mobile, one of the most popular mobile games in the world, and to play a significant role in enhancing the gaming experience for their users," said Keshav Nepal CEO of WorldLink. "Our extensive network coverage and advanced technology will ensure that players can enjoy the game without any disruptions, providing a seamless and immersive gaming experience."
Future PUBG Mobile Updates for Nepal
Nepali PUBG Mobile teams have already been participating in PMGC, PMPL(PUBG Mobile Pro League) South Asia, and PMPL SA Championship but now, according to Paarth Sharma, more tournaments for Nepal are now on the way. Pubg Mobile Nepal Series and Pubg Mobile National Championship(PMNC) will take place soon and the calendar will be a pack for the full year.
Nepali Team DRS Gaming Secured 2nd Position in PMGC(PUBGM Global Championship)
More from Paarth Sharma hinted at the inclusion of a Nepali payment gateway in the application to make easy payments within the game. Not sure about when and how but we are waiting for Nepali Digital Wallets or Mobile Banking to make easy payments in the application replacing PayPal.
This is already a piece of huge fruitful news for PUBG Mobile Nepali players to get the best gaming experience within WorldLink connection. The partnership will also provide players with faster download and upload speeds, reducing latency and improving overall performance.
Now, this partnership has opened obstacles for other games as well as corporate houses in the country. Ending on a high note, the future of eSports in Nepal is in safe hands.