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The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Family Dinner continues tonight


Crime Time™ is back at 8 p.m. Pacific tonight. That’s when the Games Industry Family Chicken Dinner Invitational Tournament returns to GamesBeat’s Twitch channel. Like last week, this is a silly night of custom PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds matches where folks that work in and around the games business come together to murder each other in the last-player-standing shooter. Last Friday, we played well into Saturday morning, and you can find some of the best moments right here.

I (your GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb) will host. Tonight, we are planning to focus on squad matches. We may invite viewers in to join us soon, and who knows — the rules could get weird. We may also end with a few zombies matches as well. In addition to our stream, other participants may run their own personal broadcasts. You can find those by searching Twitter for the #PUBGFamilyDinner hashtag.

The prize pool is zero dollars, and the only gift is a sense of superiority. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t entertaining.

Join us by clicking play below or hopping over to Twitch.tv/GamesBeat. We’ll see you tonight!

The PC Gaming channel is presented by Intel®‘s Game Dev program.

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