Tencent brings Spider-Man to PUBG: Mobile

Tencent, which has made a name for itself in recent months with its partnerships, brings Spider-Man to PUBG: Mobile.
Tencent, PUBG: Mobile Spider-Man
Tencent has partnered with Sony to bring Spider-Man to PUBG: Mobile.

Tencent has partnered with Sony Pictures Entertainment to bring Spider-Man to PUBG Mobile. The partnership will be made to celebrate the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home with Spider-Man-themed in-game items. The partnership is scheduled to take place in January 2022 with the update to version 1.8.

The partnership is the first to come after the collaboration with Riot Games and Netflix last month to bring characters from the recently released League of Legends animated series Arcane.

Vincent Wang, President of PUBG Mobile publisher Tencent, made the following comments about the partnership:

“Spider-Man is one of the most beloved characters both in the superhero world and more widely in popular culture. The opportunity to team up with Spider-Man: No Way Home means that we can bring the excitement and anticipation of the film and character to PUBG Mobile, something we’re certain our players, and Spider-Man fans, are going to love.”

PUBG Mobile was the fourth highest-grossing mobile game worldwide this year in November 2021, earning $254 million, up nearly 46 percent year-on-year, according to Sensor Tower data.

Jeffrey Godsick, Head of Global Partnerships at Sony Pictures Entertainment, added:

“This exciting collaboration will allow fans around the world to expand their engagement with their friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man through PUBG Mobile’s state-of-the-art gaming experience – all while on the go with their mobile phone.”

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