A website connecting customers with local service professionals is now offering PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds players the chance to hire a professional PUBG Coach. They are also recruiting pro PUBG players to join their ranks and get paid for teaching others their skills.
An online local services marketplace is looking for gamers to offer PUBG Coaching services in the last-player-standing style game inspired by Battle Royale, with 32 million total players and 3 million concurrent players worldwide, according to peak figures.
The service is launching across Xbox One, PC, and Mobile, and it is aimed at PUBG players who can coach their teammates to be the last one standing, and thus win the match, known popularly in the game as a ‘chicken dinner.’
Members of the public can sign up as a PUBG Coach here:
The service is launching due to popular demand, following the success of Bidvine.com’s Pro FIFA and Call of Duty Coaching, and most recently Pro Fortnite Buddy service which alone saw thousands of requests for Pro Buddies through the site, as well as over 10k players sign-up to offer coaching services.
Customers will be asked specific questions related to the areas of their gameplay they would like to improve and whether they are new players, intermediate, or advanced players training for the first ever official PUBG esports tournament. Pro Coaches will then play along with clients and help them survive whilst improving clients’ in-game strategy, weapon assistance, map knowledge and driving skills.
The PUBG Coaches will create a personalised training session for each of their clients and squads customised to their skill levels. PUBG Coaches can train up to 3 players simultaneously through playing alongside team members.
Aspiring PUBG winners can find out more information about the process of booking a PUBG Coach here:
To sign up as a PUBG Coach, players must provide a photo ID and proof of their level and ability (20+ chicken dinners are required) and confirm their access to a working Xbox One, gaming PC, or a smartphone with the PUBG app installed. Players can expect to earn around £35 per hour based on the rates for similar services.
Interested members of the public will be able to receive bids from approved PUBG Coaches through the website. Once the client finds the right PUBG Coach, they can connect on XboX Live or Steam. Alternatively, for mobile, customers can opt for a face-to-face meeting with their coach. An hour of training is expected to cost around £35 but quotes may vary.
Bidvine.com is a local services website where customers can receive bids from qualified professionals. Services include photography, personal training, language tuition, construction, handyman services and more.
Russ Morgan, Bidvine.com co-founder, said:
“Since we launched our Fortnite coaching service last month, we heard from a lot of PUBG players about launching a similar service for them and we didn’t want to disappoint. With the news that the first official PUBG esports tournament will take place in July for a total prize of $2 million USD, we thought now would be the perfect time to bring our service to PUBG fans. The expert PUBG Coaches who signed up to Bidvine.com can help advanced players take their skills to the next level and provide novice players tactical guidance from the very beginning.”