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Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a 'Battle Royale'-style online game played by millions all over the world on thousands of servers.
Use this page to find your latency or 'ping' to each of the AWS regions where PUBG is hosted.
We'll be constantly updating the list to give a more precise indication of your PUBG server pings that you can share with friends and squad mates. We're also looking at ways to measure other network factors that can have an affect on game playability.
PUBG Server Locations and Ping Accuracy
Amazon Web Services (AWS) have server 'regions', and figures recorded on this page are for latency to PUBG server pools located within known hosting areas. The full list is here. We used 'resmon.exe' to record the endpoint connected to during games where we connected to each PUBG server region.
KR/JP and AS servers seem to be hosted from within ap-northeast-1 (in Tokyo, Japan) and ap-northeast-2 (in Seoul, South Korea).
EU appears to be hosted solely from eu-central-1 - which is in Frankfurt.
North America seems to have all its games served from us-east-2 in Ohio.
SEA games connect to ap-southeast-1 in Singapore and OC games are served from ap-southeast-2 in Sydney.
South American players would have their gaming severely affected by a nuke dropped on sa-east-1 in São Paulo.