PUBG Mobile Campus Empower: PUBG Mobile announces Scholarship Program for college students in Pakistan. PUBG Mobile has been a worldwide hit, and a scholarship program for young people in Pakistan was recently announced. Krafton has acknowledged that South Asian countries are one of the biggest markets for PUBG mobile. College students in Pakistan are being offered scholarships up to 7 million Pakistani rupees ($40,000) as part of the latest venture from PUBG Mobile.
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What is the PUBG Mobile Campus Empower program?
A new initiative from PUBG Mobile called Campus Empower hopes to identify and offer scholarships to talented youths in Pakistan. Youths participating in the program will be encouraged to play PUBG Mobile to finance their studies. PUBG Mobile events are being held across 30 of Pakistan’s top universities and students can compete for scholarships there.
A motivational campaign that promotes gaming and education. The project will have events that take place in universities throughout Pakistan, including Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad, under the “Khwaabon ki jeet” tagline. Furthermore, several workshops will be held in universities in addition to gaming-related events.
Students planning to make an entry into esports are expected to participate in workshops intended not only to guide them but to also educate them about the importance of gaming. There are two days of Campus Empower programs at each university.
Following is the full university information for PUBG Mobile Campus Empower Program Pakistan.
- University of Central Punjab
- University of South Asia Cantt
- Sir Syed University
- Ned University of Engineering and Technology
- Abbasian University
- Beaconhouse National University
- Quaid E Azam University
- PAF Kiet Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology
PUBG Mobile Campus Empower: PUBG Mobile announces Scholarship Program for college students in Pakistan
By offering scholarships, “Campus Empower” hopes to eradicate the stigma surrounding gaming in Pakistan. Parents have often attributed violent behavior and shifting away from education to mobile games like PUBG.
Krafton has recognized this, and has not only given students a platform to play PUBG to their fullest potential but has also educated their parents about the benefits of gaming.