PUBG's Winner Winner Chicken Dinner becomes a reality on Twitch

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PUBG's Winner Winner Chicken Dinner becomes a reality on Twitch
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If you play PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds then hopefully you're familiar with receiving your very own "winner winner chicken dinner" - well, KFC has teamed up with Twitch to make this a reality. If you see this message in-game then it means you've won, and now certain streamers will have the chance to win another kind of chicken dinner: one of the kentucky fried variety.

On March 24th-25th, popular PUBG streamers Scariel, Sequisha, Anthony Kongphan, and Dr. Lupo will all compete for chicken dinners. Not only that, a new KFC bucket emote will be available for viewers to use in the chat. If you use this emote everytime a streamer wins a match, then you'll have a chance of winning a $20 giftcard for KFC.

The aforementioned streamers will also be sporadically offering out KFC-themed loot crates to those who are spectating their stream. Each loot crate contains the following: a Colonel Sanders ghillie suit, a survival spork, a skillet, a mask, a $50 KFC giftcard, and a med kit full of KFC gift cards.

It's worth noting that the above are all physical items that will be sent out to you - so unfortunately you can't run around as the Colonel in-game, nor can you attack your opponents with a spork.

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