Well, it didn’t take long after we reported it was getting close, but PUBG has only gone and broken the the two million mark for concurrent players.
Very little seems to be slowing down the behemoths growth, which seems to have been largely unaffected by the release of Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode. This seems largely to be thanks to the game’s huge (and growing) audience in Asia, where China and South Korea account for over half the game’s user base according to data from Twitter user and analyst, Steam Spy.
PUBG's continued growth is driven by Asia. China and Korea account for half of its players pic.twitter.com/isya5veflG— Steam Spy (@Steam_Spy) October 9, 2017