Politician Talks Battlegrounds' Success With A Golden Pan

In PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, frying pans aren't used for cooking but for melee and blocking bullets. Recently in South Korea, a politician brought a golden pan to an assembly to talk about the game's success.

[Image: Gukje News]

In August, golden frying pans were given as trophies at the Gamescom PUBG Invitational tournament.

As reported on Wiki Tree and Gukje News (via tipster Sang), Congressman Dong Sub Lee brought a gold pan to a government audit hearing for Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

[Image: Wiki Tree]

"Battleground was made by a developer from our country," Congressman Lee is quoted as saying (via Sang). "The game has sold 12 million copies and have gone over 1.99 million concurrent players in 6 months. This is unprecedented in Korean gaming history."

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The politician then requested that the ministry provide a solid foundation for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds so that the country will see more success stories like this.


Comments

    with koreas success in PUBG and Black Desert, with many more games in development now its great to see just one country doing a load of epic content for gamers

    Butt pan.

      Don't laugh, the pan saved me from an AWM shot once.

      I also killed said sniper, and used his AWM to win :).

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