Father’s Day is coming and the folks at PUBG Mobile decided to celebrate the date by showing two inspiring stories of players who have bonded with their parents because of the game.

Meet influencer Carol’s dad, who went from dad and #1 fan to moderating her PUBG Mobile streams. And also the pro player Paralyze, whose uncle was a father figure and fundamental encourager in his personal and professional life, making him become the newest sniper of Flamengo eSports.

Check it out below:

According to data from this year’s Pesquisa Game Brasil, 83.8% of parents or guardians with gamer children play together. And PUBG Mobile has helped bridge the gap between them, whether streamers, pro players or just casual gamers. Learn how PUBG Mobile managed to unite parents, uncles, godparents and changed the history of several players. Like that of streamer Carol Procek, whose father went from supporter to moderator on her channel.

Evaldo, father of streamer Carol
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A streamer on the PUBG Mobile Creators Squad, Carol was supported from the start by her parents, who even sent her a personalized gaming chair with her name on it and had T-shirts made out of it. Her father Evaldo, the typical “doting father”, always accompanied his broadcasts, whether on the TV in the living room in 4K or on his cell phone during family gatherings. And the interest in assisting her to end up working for her daughter was a step.

“He was always watching and chatting with other people on PUBG Mobile streams,” says Carol. “And that’s when I had the idea: no one better than my own father to ban the toxic crowd that showed up there.”

And the ban comes fierce for those who are moderators and dads taking care of their daughters.

“I’m very proud of what she does, I really enjoy watching her play PUBG Mobile” says Evaldo. “In the chat, people say that it’s really cool that I support her and, as a moderator, if you hesitate, you’ll be banned.”

Pro-player Paralyze and his uncle, Davi

So it was with Paralyze, which started its trajectory in PUBG Mobile in the 2nd season of the game, just for fun. However, when he got to know the competitive side, he participated in a “scrim” (open training sessions for amateurs and professionals, some with prize money) and won. It was then that he realized that he could have a future in the game.

In 2018, at Star Challenge, he needed his uncle’s cell phone to play and when he realized it, he was also addicted to PUBG Mobile. “Besides being an uncle, he is my godfather and I live with him. He was the basis of everything, he who convinced my mother that this could be good for me!” said the sniper.

Paralyze has his godfather Davi as a father, because in addition to always supporting him in his professional career, he was also the great father figure in his life. “If it weren’t for him, I wouldn’t be playing PUBG Mobile today. My cell phone was not good and I asked him to let me play on his, so he found out and started to like the game, starting to support me even more!”

Today the athlete is a newly hired sniper for Flamengo, his uncle’s heart team who is super happy to see his nephew’s career on the rise in the competitive scene “I never imagined Flamengo with PUBG Mobile, now in addition to cheering for Flamengo football , I’m rooting for him in eSports and for my nephew!”