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How to Delete Your PUBG Mobile Account in 4 Easy Steps

Shaun M Jooste


PUBG has been one of the most successful games ever to release. Its success was so marked that the developers behind the game decided to release a mobile version of PUBG onto Android and iOS. It garnered even more fame because now players could take out their day-to-day frustrations by shooting a couple of people while on their lunch break at the office. 

However, it only takes one bad match, one player who keeps trolling the noobs, one match where you can’t find gear, or one toxic comment, and the fun ends. You’re done. You’re uninstalling the game, but that’s not final enough. 

That’s why we’re here today, to show you how to delete your PUBG Mobile account because nothing could be more absolute than that.

A Permanent Solution

This is a straightforward process and can be done in a matter of minutes; let’s get started.

Step 1: Access settings

Start up your PUBG Mobile app and log in. On the home screen, tap on the Gear icon to bring up your Settings menu.

Step 2: Delete account

Next to the Customer Service option, you’ll see a small Delete Account option at the bottom of the screen. Tap on this and tap accept on the following pop-ups.

Step 3: Waiting period

You will need to wait seven days before your account is completely deleted. If you change your mind and want to reverse the process, make sure to just log-in within those seven days, and your account will be restored. However, if you want the account to be removed faster, then you can follow the last, optional step.

Step 4: Support ticket

If you wish to have the account deleted immediately, you will need to send in a support ticket. To do this, go back to your Settings menu and select the Customer Service option. There will be a Contact Us option; choose this and then send a message asking them to delete the account immediately.

No More Chicken Dinners

And just like that, your account will be deleted. While gaming is a wonderful escape from reality, it can also be an extremely frustrating and toxic minefield. We’ve all had that game that we play for ages, and then, one day, that victory isn’t worth the pain anymore. When this happens, the best thing that you can do is to walk away.

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