Earn Money playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

Posted by andy Mccoy on February 26th, 2020

Are you ready to earn money playing video games in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Reactiq is now seeking gamers who want to develop or show off their skills in solo or duo modes.

With a PC or game console like XBox One or PS4, competitors sign up for solo mode to enter any active tournament they want, working towards the top position, most kills, or most damage. The top ten winners in solo mode receive a prize of . In duo mode, players can face off against friends in a 100 team tournament with a top prize of 0.

Competitive PUBG tournaments can be joined for as little as . All deposits and withdrawals are processed through credit cards, PayPal, Payeer, and through Cryptocurrencies. Free entry tournaments are also available with smaller prizes for players who are just getting started.

“We’re providing a competitive gaming platform that is open 24/7 and can be accessed from anywhere in the world. Our platform has options for all types of players, ranging from those who want to develop their skills to others who are competitive, seasoned gamers,” said Vitalii S., founder of Reactiq. “Our cash prizes vary with each competition, bringing a level of excitement for our clients.”

Since the founding of Reactiq, there have been approximately 15,000 games played by 200,000 players, and more than ,000 in prizes paid out to over 5,000 winners. As the company continues to expand, it has plans to add Apex Legends and Dota 2 to its list of available tournament games.

“What’s exciting for our players who are developing their skill sets is the introduction of our advanced statistics system,” he said. “This software matches players with others who demonstrate the same proficiency as them, so the more they play the better the system will work in their favor.”

Players creating an account with Reactiq need to be 18 or older, and those from Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Maryland, and Tennessee are not eligible to receive cash prizes. Reactiq currently allows streamers or social media influencers to sign up as affiliates and earn 10% each time they refer new users to join a tournament.

Learn more now about Reactiq or create an account to play at reactiq.net/

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