Guide – How To Stream PUBG Mobile/COD Mobile From Your Phone (No PC or Laptop Required)

Let’s say you bought a new gaming phone to play PUBG mobile, and now you want to get into streaming. But sadly, you don’t have a capture card or a PC to be able to do that. Worry not, because we’re right here to tell you that you can stream by using just your smartphone. And we’ll tell you exactly how you can do that.

Now, most phones can handle gaming these days, but streaming is an additional, intensive task so you will need a phone with a good processor and memory. We recommend a phone with at least 4GB RAM or more, as any phone with lower memory may not be able to handle streaming while playing at the same time. For our purpose, we’ll be using the Nubia Red Magic 3, which has a Snapdragon 855 processor and 8 GB RAM, making it perfect for gaming and streaming. 

  • The first thing that you’ll need to do is download an app that lets you stream to Facebook or YouTube. There are a few options, but we’ll be using Omlet Arcade for our use case. So, step 1, head over to the Google Play Store and download the app. 
  • Once you have the app, the next step is to sign into it, or create a new account on Omlet Arcade if you don’t have one already. Then you get to the main screen. It will ask you for a bunch of permissions, for overlay, access to microphone and camera, so click on ok to proceed. 
  • On the bottom panel, you’ll see a bunch of icons, that let you stay updated with different things. To start the livestream, tap on the plus icon in the middle. You’ll see 4 icons pop up. Tap on the Go live icon. 
  • The app will then ask you to choose the game you want to stream. Choose, the game, which in our case will be PUBG Mobile, because why not?

The app will then ask you the platform to which you’d like to stream. You can stream to Omlet arcade itself, or if you want to stream to Facebook, YouTube or Twitch, you’ll have to connect the account, and authorize access from there. Tap on next, and you’ll be taken to the settings screen, where you can setup your live output, including the stream quality and overlay notifications. The settings icon on the top right gives you access to more options. Here you can enable or disable the camera and microphone, put in some preset background music, set up a delay or enable low latency. After that, just hit start and you should be live. 

You’ll see a bubble with the omlet arcade icon, which you can tap to access the settings once the stream is actually live. Once you’re done, just tap on the stop icon on the left and you can then check out your stream on YouTube. And that’s how you get started with streaming on a mobile phone, without any need for external hardware.

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PUBG Mobile Drop Zone Guide For Sanhok and Vikendi – Best Drop and Loot Points For Beginners

In the previous guide, we told you about the best drop points for finding loot and surviving the early game on Erangel and Miramar. In this one, we’re going to tell you about some of the best drop zones for beginners on Vikendi and Sanhok.

But before that, a few general tips applicable for every game:

  • The first thing you need to do is check your flight path in the map so you can choose a drop zone accordingly, and time when you need to jump off of the plane.
  • When you’re in the plane, keep in mind the points where players are jumping out. You can use that to your advantage as you’ll be able to judge where you’ll find more people on the map.
  • On your way down, as you approach the landing, be mindful of your surroundings and keep an eye on how many players are around you. Then you can decide whether it’s beneficial to take an early fight or hide and pick up some loot first.

Now that we’ve got the fundamentals covered, let’s take a look at some good drop zones in Sanhok and Vikendi, starting off with Sanhok.

Sanhok

Docks

Starting off with Sanhok, our first location is the Docks. This is a pretty big area where you can find medium to high-level loot for you and your squad.

One thing to keep in mind is that this area is located at one corner of the map, so if the airplane path lies directly over it, there are higher chances of running into other players here. And since it’s located in a corner, should you choose to go here, try finding a vehicle early on, lest you fall prey to the blue circle.

Camp Sites

Sanhok has three camp sites: Alpha, Bravo and Charlie. Usually you can find this area to be crowded if it lies directly in your flight path. Hence, we recommend choosing the camp site that’s a bit farther away from the path, because here you can definitely find some good loot.

Ha Tinh

Ha Tinh is also located in one corner, so you won’t be able to land here in every game, but according to the flight path you’ll be able to decide properly as this is a good drop zone.

This place is pretty empty usually and it’s easy to find some high-grade loot without doing a lot of legwork. And, finding a vehicle is easy too, so you don’t have to worry about getting stuck, even if you’re far away from the circle.

And with that, we’re done with Sanhok. Let’s head to the snowy region of Vikendi and see what are some good drop locations.

Vikendi

Movatra

Our drop zone for Vikendi is Movatra. Here, you can find some high-quality loot, and the good thing is that it’s pretty close to dino park. So, when people are hot dropping at Dino Park and busy fighting amongst themselves, you can stick around in Movatra, loot the area in peace, gear up and pick people off from a safe distance.

Cosmodrome

The Cosmodrome is a pretty big area and there are high chances of finding a crowd here if your airplane is following a path directly over it. But the positive thing is that this place is known for high-quality loot and it’s big enough for your entire squad to find something powerful for each member.

Dobro Mesto

Our last drop zone on Vikendi is Dobro Mesto. This is located right along the Vikendi coastline, and is a really huge area where you can spend some time and easily gather weapons and equipment for your squad. You entire squad can gear up with some high-level equipment and head into battle towards the centre, as getting to the circle isn’t hard either.

So, those were our suggestions for some of the best locations to find loot in Sanhok and Vikendi. For our drop zone and loot location guide for Erangel and Miramar, click here.

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PUBG Mobile Drop Zone Guide for Erangel and Miramar – Best Drop and Loot Points For Beginners

The main objective in PUBG Mobile is simple, fight, survive and get to the end. But in order to make it to the end, you need to make sure you pick a good drop off point in the beginning, where you have higher chances of surviving the early game and get your hands on some decent loot too.

In this guide, we’re going to tell you about some of the best drop zones in Erangel and Miramar, along with a few pointers on places to avoid for beginners. But before that, a few general tips applicable for every game:

  • The first thing you need to do is check your flight path in the map so you can choose a drop zone accordingly, and time when you need to jump off of the plane.
  • When you’re in the plane, keep in mind the points where players are jumping out. You can use that to your advantage as you’ll be able to judge where you’ll find more people on the map.
  • On your way down, as you approach the landing, be mindful of your surroundings and keep an eye on how many players are around you. Then you can decide whether it’s beneficial to take an early fight or hide and pick up some loot first.

Now let’s take a look at some of the drop zones for Erangel and Miramar

Erangel

Novo

The first major drop spot in Erangel is Novorepnoye, or Novo as it’s known amongst players. This is a pretty big zone and you’ll find a lot of decent loot here. But, there are also chances of running into other players, so you need to weigh the pros and cons.

But even if you do run into enemies, Novo has plenty of places where you can take cover in case someone starts firing at you. This place has a higher chance of finding military grade equipment, so be on the lookout for that.

One thing that you do need to remember is that Novo is a bit isolated as a region, so you’ll have to keep an eye on the timer and the circle to make sure you don’t get stuck outside. On the plus side, you can easily find vehicles here, so getting from one place to another shouldn’t be a huge problem.

Mylta

The next location on our list is the Mylta Powerplant. This is a good place for people who are starting out as this also has military grade equipment and isn’t known for being a crowded place, so you can take a breath and look for loot in peace.

If you pick Mylta as a drop point, try landing at the green control room as that place has the best loot in the region. But if you’re unable to do so, or your teammates are separated, you can make your way to the factory as that has some good loot as well. Just like Novo, you can easily find vehicles here, which means escaping this place in case a fight breaks out or making your way to the circle is a lot easier.

Mansion

The Mansion is another good location that has a couple of spots to find great loot. One is the mansion itself, and the other is the garage close to it. Both these spots are known for pretty good items, and you can vehicles close by too. And the biggest advantage of this location is that it’s very close to the shelter and the prison, so you can easily make your way there for more loot.

Two of the most common and popular spots in Erangel are Pochinki and Georgopol, but we suggest you to avoid those if you’re a beginner, as they’re known for being packed with players. You can always head there for early fights if you like, but only do that if you’re sure you’ll be able to survive.

Miramar

El Pozo

Our first pick in Miramar is El Pozo, it has a lot of buildings which have nice loot. But there’s one building in particular that you should keep in mind, the refrigeration arena which is located right opposite to the area and bowl.

Inside this building you can easily find some powerful military-grade equipment. Plus, this area is usually pretty empty so you don’t even need to worry about getting into a fight and you can loot the place in peace. It’s pretty conveniently located too, so getting inside the circle shouldn’t be a problem either.

Campo Militar

Campo Militar is another great location where you can find a lot of loot. And, not a lot of people land here, so you have a higher chance of survival during the early parts as you look for weapons and equipment.

The only major problem with this location is that you always need to be on the lookout for the circle as it’s a bit out of the way and you can easily fall victim to the blue zone if you’re not careful. And vehicles aren’t very common either, so you’ll have to keep your eyes peeled if you want to make it out in time.

Minas Generales

The final location on Miramar is Minas Generales. You won’t always find military-grade loot here, but it’s a great location for squads because it still has some really high-quality loot.

The great thing about Minas Generales is that it’s close to Hacienda and Pecado, so you can easily pick off people coming from there and grab some military-grade equipment off of them.

So, these were our picks for the best drop locations for beginners on Erangel and Miramar. Stay tuned for more, as we’ll be putting out another drop zone guide, for Vikendi and Sanhok.

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PUBG Mobile World Championship: PMCO 2020 Registrations Open Now

The 2020 official esports program for PUBG MOBILE kicks off today with the registration of the PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2020 (PMCO 2020), open to all players around the world. From amateur, semi-pro to professional levels, all players have the chance to test their skills and fight their way towards the World Championship. The year-round esports tournaments feature an unprecedented total prize pool of $5 million USD, which doubles the total prize money of  last year’s PMCO 2019.

The revamped 2020 esports structure reflects the bigger scale on multiple levels as well as additional professional support

As announced in the PMCO 2019 Fall Split Global Finals, PUBG MOBILE completes the structure of global esports ecosystem, supporting an amateur-semipro-pro as well as country-regional-world level in 2020. The tournaments will kick off with the  PMCO, which by being open to all-level players adds more suitable stages and additional competing chances to all  skill levels from different countries and regions. The PMCO is followed by the Pro- and World Leagues for professional players. The best teams coming out of the various PMCOs will have the chance to qualify for the Pro-Leagues (PMPL) and World Leagues (PMWL).

The Pro-Leagues will feature selected countries and regions, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Chinese Taipei (additional information for qualification coming soon in local social media), as well as South Asia and the Americas. The Pro-Leagues will culminate in the World Leagues in May and October, where top pro teams from around the world will convene to represent their respective regions. The best qualified teams will then move on to compete in the World Championship in December for the highest honor and a large chunk of the $5 million USD prize pool.

PMCO 2020: More chances for new teams from more countries and regions

Last year, more than 50,000 teams from around the world tested their tactical tournament grit in the PMCO 2019 throughout the Spring and Fall Splits, watched by millions of viewers worldwide. The tournament concluded with over 532 million total views tuned in the official livestream and 57 million total hours watched (excluding China platforms).

This year, PMCO is going to more countries and regions, including Latin America, North America, Brazil, Europe, Turkey, Germany, Middle East/Africa, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, South Asia, India, Pakistan, CIS and Wildcard, creating more additional entry opportunities for new teams to start their esports path to become the best of the best.

Beginning today until Tuesday, Jan 21, all players are welcome to register for the PMCO 2020 Spring Split competition via the PUBG MOBILE Club Open official website. From Jan 23 to Feb 2, registered teams will compete in online qualification matches, with winning teams qualifying to move on in the tournament.

PMCO is just the beginning – even bigger stages await aspiring esports professionals

With the kick-off of PUBG MOBILE esports program in 2020, PMCOs represent the entry gate to the World Championship, the final fight for the greatest honor and largest prize money. The best teams that stand out from PMCO 2020 will qualify for the next level of competition: The Pro- and World Leagues, where even larger stages and additional professional support awaits.

Get the latest updates and news via our PUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel and Facebook. Download PUBG MOBILE for free on the App Store and Google Play.

PUBG Mobile Reveals Future eSports Initiatives

Earlier this month, millions of fans and community members around the globe witnessed the PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 (PMCO 2019) Fall Split Global Finals at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where Indonesia’s Bigetron RA earned the championship with grand prize of $180,000 USD. The entire PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 tournament earned more than 530 million total views and 57 million watch hours (excluding China platforms), which was an increase of over 11 times and nearly 15 times more than viewership and watch hours in 2018, respectively.

Divided into Spring Split and Fall Split, PMCO 2019 is one of the world’s largest mobile esports tournaments with a total prize pool of $2.5 million USD. PMCO 2019 provides a path for aspiring semi-pro clubs to pave their ways to become esports professionals, which represents the start of PUBG MOBILE’s esports ecosystem and pros to show off their skills.  

“The success of PMCO 2019 with millions of concurrent viewers is one of the testaments to the strength of PUBG MOBILE’s community and the true potential and broad appeal for mobile esports”, said James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports, Tencent Games. “We are glad to bring players and over 50,000 teams together from different countries around the world, with 10 different regions represented in PMCO.”

Under the slogan of Mobilized esports, mobility, accessibility, and lifestyle, PUBG MOBILE was nominated for Esports Game of the Year in Golden Joystick Awards 2019 first time as stand-alone mobile game. During the PMCO Global Finals PUBG MOBILE’s livestream views topped the YouTube streaming charts, surpassing renowned games including Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V and more.

In order to provide a chance for all players of different levels from different countries and regions, PUBG MOBILE revealed global esports ecosystem structure will be completed as amateur/semipro/pro level and country/regional/world level in 2020. In addition to Campus Championships for amateur and PMCO for semi-pro and pro players, the World League for professional players will start in May and October in 2020. The competition will start with Pro Leagues in selected countries and regions including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as South Asia and the Americas. The Pro leagues will finally culminate in the World League, where top pro teams from around the world will represent their respective regions to compete in the World Championship for an even bigger prize pool.

The PUBG MOBILE esports tournaments in 2020 will offer an unprecedented prize pool of $5 million USD, which is double the totaling of PMCO 2019. It was also announced the PMCO 2020 Spring Split registration will start in January 2020.

For more information about upcoming PUBG MOBILE esports news click here. Stay tuned at PUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel.

PUBG MOBILE is available to download for free on the App Store and Google Play

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PUBG Mobile Adds New Payload x War Mode

Over time, PUBG Mobile has added a variety of new modes for both old and new players to enjoy. Rage Gear mode which was added recently let the players battle in vehicles equipped with heavy weapons (like Death Race), and then there’s the ever-popular Team Deathmatch mode.

Now, there’s a new mode under EvoGrounds, called the Payload x War Mode. As you might have guessed by the name, it combines the Payload and War modes, allowing players to use heavy weapons like RPG and grenade launchers in the War mode scenario. It follows the same rules as War, so you can respawn any number of times and to win you need to get the highest number of kills in the given amount of time. And you can jump in solo or partner up with one or more people in the squad. In order to get into the Payload x War mode, you need to have the latest version of the game on your phone.

It adds a good variety for people who had gotten a little used to the War mode, bringing up the pace and compelling players to thnk on their feet. In January, the game is expected to get another update with the Colorblind mode.

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PUBG Mobile Update 0.16 Patch Notes

The new Update for 0.16.0 will be available starting December 11th; the server will not be taken offline for this update. This update requires approximately 0.67 GB of storage space on Android and iOS for users who have installed the older version. Players on different patches will be unable to invite one another, so please update as soon as possible after the release.

  • New EvoGround mode: RageGear
  • New Classic Mode Features
    • Snow Paradise
    • Healing Updates

New EvoGround mode – RageGear:

  • Players will be divided into two teams and randomly assigned as the driver or shooters
  • Destroy enemy vehicles to win
  • Each vehicle is installed with powerful weapons, including the mounted Gatling, mounted Shotgun, and mounted RPG.
  • Driver also gets to fire weapons while driving the vehicle.
  • Get RageGear-exclusive items for a distinctive tactical effect.
  • RageGear -TDM mode: Destroy an enemy vehicle for 1 point. The team that achieves the target score first wins.
  • Pick Up mode: The team that collects the required number of Point Crates first wins. Point Crates collected are lost once the vehicle is destroyed.

Classic Mode – Snow Paradise:

  • Players have a chance to enter Snow Paradise, when queuing for Erangel in Classic mode
  • Once players enter the match, they will be able to take cable cars on snow mountains and play freestyle snowboarding.

EvoGround – Loadout:

  • Added a Loadout feature. Players can now enter the Armory system from the Team Deathmatch Selection screen and access the Inventory screen to edit the weapon and items they bring into the match. Loadouts can be switched freely when entering Team Deathmatch and when respawning.
  • The variety of weapons that you can use in the loadout increases along with your Evo Level. Each firearm has its own mastery level, which players can raise to unlock more attachments.
  • The firearms, ammo and other resources that are generated at the spawn point in the Team Deathmatch map will be removed. By default, all firearms that are dropped when an enemy is killed in Team Deathmatch will have all attachments.

TPP Update:

  • A button to switch to FPP has been added to TPP in Classic, Arcade and Training grounds.
  • Tap the button to switch to FPP even while inside a TPP match.
  • The button can be moved and even be disabled in settings.

Classic mode – Healing while moving:

  • Medical items that players can use while moving include: Med Kits, Painkillers, Energy Drinks, Bandages, First Aid Kits, Adrenaline Syringes and some consumables from other modes.
  • Movement speed will be reduced while using consumables.

Classic mode – Healing continuously:

  • Bandages can be used continuously automatically to restore health.

Backpack Ornament:

  • Same ornament is used for Level 1, 2 and 3 backpacks of the same type. –
  • Ornaments sway naturally after they are hung on a backpack.

For the full patch notes, you can head over to the PUBG Mobile official website.

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PUBG Mobile All Stars India 2019 Tournament

PUBG Mobile fans have another reason to rejoice as the PUBG Mobile All Stars India 2019 finals are just around the corner. The tournament features 16 of the top PUBG Mobile squads in the country who will face each other for a total prize pool of INR 50,000.

The teams have some big names on the list, including Entity Gaming, Fnatic, ETG Brawlers, Godlike and more. The participating teams are as follows:

The Grand Finals for the event are supposed to take place starting tomorrow, on December 21 and 22 at Hitex Exhibition Center, Hyderabad. You can watch the official stream live on PUBG Mobile India’s official YouTube channel.

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PUBG Mobile Squad Tips and Tricks

There’s a huge difference between playing PUBG in solo and playing in a squad – in one mode you only have to worry about yourself, and in the other you need to coordinate and communicate with your team in order to make it till the end.

So, today we’ll be giving you some tips and tricks using which you can ensure your squad becomes unbeatable, and get that chicken dinner every time.

Landing – Stay Together

The first rule of playing squads is, always land together. A lot of beginners make this mistake, they end up going separately from their squad and immediately end up getting killed by an enemy team. Make sure you don’t make the same mistake and plan out with your team in advance where you want to land.

The moment you land, start looking for a good weapon. And always be on the lookout for more, not just for yourself but for your team, giving them any extra weapons you might find. This will make sure you’re ready for the fight right from the beginning.

Keep an eye on how many people are landing close to your decided spot, and keep alerting your teammates of their potential whereabouts so they’re always aware and ready.

Looting and Weapons

When looting for weapons in the beginning, try to spread out so you can cover more ground. Instead of everyone going together into one building, each team mate can go into a different one to maximize potential loot. But don’t venture away too far, and keep communicating your position to your team so they can help you out in case you need it.

Another thing you should keep in mind while looting items; always be mindful of your team’s equipment and choose accordingly. This way, you can help your teammates with attachments and they can do the same. For instance, if you pick up a sniper rifle, your squad can give you a good scope if they find one, and you can help them find items for their build. It’s always important to coordinate with your team and keep sharing items amongst yourselves.

Fighting the Enemy

The moment you see an enemy, alert all your teammates. A lot of times, someone will start firing by themselves because they want to get a kill, but end up getting their own squad killed instead. So don’t be greedy, and remember you’re part of a team.

Don’t walk alone into a fight, and always cover your teammates. Getting kills is faster when more people shoot an enemy and put some pressure on the opposing team as well.

Additionally, when entering combat, be mindful of your enemies’ positions, coordinate with your team and try to flank them. This will help you dominate the battlefield easily.

Remember that there’s strength in numbers, so make sure someone is always ready and willing to revive a fallen teammate, and the others cover them to make sure the enemies don’t take you by surprise. You can also try to draw enemy fire towards you while your teammate is being revived to give them better odds of survival.

Try to make sure your whole squad makes it to the final circle, it’ll really boost your chances of winning that chicken dinner. Always remember you’re playing in a team, and your squad will be an unstoppable juggernaut.

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PUBG Mobile Sniper Guide – Kar98, M24 and AWM

Everyone wants to use sniper rifles in PUBG Mobile, but not everyone can because it can be a little tricky to figure out how to go about it. Hopefully, this guide will tell you all you need to know about the best snipers and their attachments.

Kar98

Let’s start with the Kar98. Not only is this the most common sniper rifle in the game, it also has the highest damage. It’s base damage it 79, and if you’re able to get a headshot, you can get a one-shot kill even on a level 2 helmet.

Sight and Muzzle – In the way of attachments, it only supports a sight, muzzle and stock. For the sight, our best option is either the 6x or the 8x, and for the muzzle, we recommend going with the suppressor, so you can take the sneaky approach without being spotted by the enemy.

Stock –For the stock you have two options, either a cheekpad or bullet loops. The choice depends on how your personal preference. If you’re using an 8x scope and taking long-range shots, then the cheekpad is the way to go. Otherwise go with the bullet loops as they reduce the reload time and you can take more shots, giving you a greater chance to get a kill even if you miss some shots.

As the Kar98 is a very common weapon, it’s pretty useful to know how to use it effectively.

M24

The M24 is a little less hard-hitting than the Kar98, with its base damage being 75. So if you’re looking for a pure damage weapon, the Kar98 is a better choice. It supports more attachments than the Kar98, namely a sight, muzzle, magazine and stock.

Sight and Muzzle – Again, for the sight, we recommend going with a 6x or an 8x scope, along with a suppressor on the muzzle.

Magazine – For the magazine, you can choose between the Extended Mag or the Quickdraw Mag. We suggest the Extended Mag as it will let you take more shots before you need to reload, which means you can put some pressure on your enemies and have a higher chance of getting a kill.

Stock –For the stock you only have a cheekpad here, so use that and you’ll be able to have a steadier aim.

AWM

Finally, we have the deadliest sniper in PUBG Mobile, the AWM. In the right hands, it can wreak havoc on your enemies. It has the highest base damage of 105 and can easily take down an enemy with a Level 3 Helmet in a single headshot. But it’s pretty rare too, as it’s only available through the air drops.

Another issue is that the AWM uses Magnum rounds instead of regular 7.62mm ones, which are again, only found in air drops. For the attachments it has the same options as the M24: sight, muzzle, magazine and stock.

Sight and Muzzle – Like in previous two cases, the best option for the sight is a 6x or an 8x scope, and for the muzzle you can’t go wrong with the suppressor.

Magazine – For the magazine, the best choice is the Quickdraw Extended Mag as it gives you the benefits of both, but if you can’t find it, the Extended Mag is your best bet, because there’s a higher chance of killing as you can fire more rounds before you have to reload.

Stock – For the stock you only have the cheekpad, so we’ll go with that.

Using the Sniper Rifle

Now that you know which sniper rifles are there in the game, let’s talk about how to use them.

As you’re taking long-range shots with the sniper, you need to remember that there will be bullet drop (the bullet will drop in height the farther it goes) and sniper rounds are slower. With those two things in mind, you’ll need to adjust your aim accordingly. If you hold your aim, you’ll be able to tell the bullet’s path and have a good idea of the amount of bullet drop.

Another thing, the best way to use a sniper is by crouching or going prone. This makes your aim more stable and in turn, it becomes easier to line up a shot.

One more thing, during the last stage of the round, it’s better to switch to a 6x if you started out with an 8x. Mainly because the zone will be smaller and you don’t need such a long-range, and if the enemies are closer, you can keep it at 3x. Similarly, if you have an 8x scope, you can keep it at 4x for closer ranged fights.

Now you should have enough information about how to go on using sniper rifles in PUBG Mobile. Keep checking back for more guides and tips!

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