Short links are even shorter
Wednesday, December 19th 2018
Match report short links are much shorter now. You can use a sharable short link to share your stats with your squad or let the world know about that double digit family meal you just ate. Match share links are in the match overview on all match reports! We picked up a shorter url to route it through and decreased the amount of characters we were using. Here's an example https://pglkp.com/s/awqe6. Stay safe out there. Avoid the red zone.
Added average damage per game
Tuesday, December 18th 2018
Average damage per game has been added to season and lifetime statistics. This metric represents, duh, the average amount of damage that you inflict per game based on your total rounds in that game mode.
PUBG Lookup featured on PUBG.com!
Monday, December 17th 2018
PUBG Lookup has been featured in PUBG's featured app spotlight on their news page! They wrote a really great write-up about the features available. Thank you to the PUBG API team for making an API we can all use. It's really cool to see how much this application has grown! Here's to the next set of features.
Check out the article here PUBG Lookup : Featured Apps Spotlight and don't forget to tell the squad about us!
Cheers everybody. Thank you for the continued support.
Export match data to CSV
Monday, December 17th 2018
You can now export important match data for all players to a CSV file that can be imported into most (if not all) spreadsheet software. If you're on a desktop / laptop you can export from the top of the match report next to the match date. If you're on a mobile device and want to download a CSV file for some reason you can do that from the very bottom of the match report.
As always, let me know if you see anything that isn't working correctly or you have a feature request.
Fixed an issue for PSN players
Tuesday, December 11th 2018
There was an issue with displaying matches in the season stats tab for PlayStation players. That has been updated and you should see your recent matches for specific game modes in your season stats panels.
PlayStation season stats are available
Monday, December 10th 2018
Season statistics for playstation players are now available!
You can find your season stats or the season stats of any player by searching for their player profile with the correct region selected.
As always, let me know if you find anything that looks off!
PS4 data is live!
Friday, December 7th 2018
PUBG for the PS4 is live!
We didn't have any way to test the system so we're rolling with it as more PS4 players start getting games in. Recent matches are functional and match reports are fully functional. At the moment it appears that season statistics and lifetime statistics are not available for PS4 players. I assume that will start populating on the PUBG servers shortly. I'll keep an eye out for it.
You can start searching for PS4 players just like you would for XBOX and PC now.
Good luck PS4 players!
PUBG Lookup supporters page
Tuesday, December 4th 2018
I wanted to make sure that the supporters of PUBG Lookup were able to get recognized. I have some more updates in the works but I wanted to announce the PUBG Lookup supporters page.
Without the kindness and support of the PUBG community (specifically the xbox community) this application wouldn't exist. I am grateful to every person that has said a kind word, shared PUBG Lookup with their friends, and especially those who have donated financially. It's humbling to have people appreciate your work and I am amazed at the level of support, in all forms, that I've received from this community.
Thank you. You're the reason this project exists.
Thank you. Every last one of you.
Friday, November 30th 2018
These last few days have been an absolute whirlwind. I am in awe at how this community and the users of this site have rallied behind this project. It's been humbling to say the least. I cannot wait to continue development and to grow this site for the community.
I am truly, truly grateful to everyone that has supported me.
A new update has been released
Friday, November 30th 2018
For those of you that have been following along, it's been a wild ride today. At this point I have a version of the code that has been relatively lightly tested (by yours truly) and should hopefully only change one aspect of the user experience. If you navigate to a new xbox profile you'll be given the option to set the region for that profile's season. The new API updates from PUBG allow the "recent matches" page to display all recent matches regardless of region (as I understand it).
PUBG is working on a new region selection process that would automatically choose the region for your match based on your network / ping. This is a good thing. In theory it means you'll be more likely placed with players of similar ping and it also means that your "recent matches" page will list all matches regardless of region selection. This is a positive move.
The new update does not yet apply to season statistics or lifetime statistics for XBOX players. Both of those still need to be associated with a region. In order to view a "new" xbox profile's season data you'll have to select the region for that profile.
If you search for a player your search selection will define the region. If you click on a player from a match leaderboard, you'll be presented with a new screen that allows you to set the region for that profile.
As always, please report any bugs as you see them. I'm available on twitter, at the bug reporting page, and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org