Adam Fitch has joined the British Esports Association as game adviser for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).
Adam is a freelance esports journalist who writes for multiple outlets on a daily basis, including Esports Insider, Inven Global, VP Esports and more, with an ever-growing emphasis on PUBG.
Adam joins other British Esports game advisers across a range of games, from Dota to CSGO and FIFA to Halo, including Luke “Mal3ficarum” Bull who recently joined as our Arena of Valor adviser.
The game adviser is a voluntary role with British Esports; each adviser helps us better understand the goings on in each game’s communities and to see what challenges they face.
They are free to reach out to British Esports regularly to report on any areas of development or points of interest around each game, to take part in our initiatives and provide feedback.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has increased in prominence over the past year, with multiple esports tournaments cropping up around the world as battle royale fever kicks in.
It’s a last-man-standing shooter. Starting with nothing, players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a battle to be the lone survivor. This realistic, high tension game is set across a few huge maps with players able to hide, explore and hunt down their enemies.
Last week, the PUBG Global Invitational (PGI) took place in Berlin, with Gen.G Gold taking first place in the third-person competition, Team OMG winning the first-person tournament and Team Papa winning the Charity Showdown.