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Watch PUBG Family Dinner: The Return live tonight


Our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds livestream took a week off so I could get stuck on the other side of the Rockies, but I’m back now, and it’s time to feast with the PUBG Family Dinner.

On most Friday nights, I (your host and GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb) livestream PUBG custom games to our Twitch channel. We do a variety of match types, and we try to get the public in as often as possible. If you want to play, just tune in. I’ll give out the password to our game server on the air, and that’s all you need to hop in and take shots at us.

Here are the details:

Catch the stream here:

Let’s just play this and pretend no other games are coming out.

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

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