PUBG streamer kills are some of the most satisfying in the game. Knowing you've ended some poor sap's run in front of what could be thousands of viewers is a powerful win for schadenfreude. Now there's an app that makes it easy to know if you've ever made that dream a reality. Here's what you need to know.
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PUBG Streamer Kills: How to Find Out if You've Killed a Streamer in PUBG
Though PUBG itself doesn't make available which players you've killed after a match, its API does track that information. As a result, fans can build apps that scrape the API for the info, then display it for public consumption as a third party.
PUBG Report is one such app, and it solves this problem elegantly. All a player needs do is enter their PUBG nickname into the search bar and the app will return instances of that account killing, or being killed by, a streamer. It will even link to the VOD in which the kill happened. The app even works on PC, Xbox One and PS4.
PUBG Report's main limitations are that it can only display streamer kills from the last 14 days and it also can only source videos from Twitch. The developer plans to add support for Mixer in the future, but for now this is as good as it gets.
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