PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - How to Become a Partner, Get the Partner Jacket

A guide on how to become a Partner and get the elusive Partner Jacket in PUBG.

In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, one of the most sought after cosmetic items is the Partner Jacket. Like the Trench Coat, the Partner Jacket is a special item that cannot be looted in-game.

True to its name, the Partner Jacket is only given to PUBG partners. This means you can’t purchase the Partner Jacket, and those who already own a Partner Jacket cannot sell it to you.

The only way to get a Partner Jacket in PUBG is by—you guessed it—becoming a partner. The process of becoming a Partner can be somewhat tedious, but fortunately it is doable. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to become a Partner and how to get the Partner Jacket in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds!

How to Become a PUBG Partner, Get the Partner Jacket

To get a Partner Jacket, you'll need to know how to become an official PUBG Partner.

As we stated above, the only way to get the Partner Jacket in PUBG is to become a Partner. What exactly is a Partner? Well, most are YouTube and Twitch streamers that consistently stream PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. As such, the first step towards becoming a Partner is to become streaming the game on YouTube, Twitch, or both.

Not only will you want to adopt a regular streaming schedule, you’ll also want to create quality content. This means trying out new strategies and engaging with your audience. To get a better idea on what your stream should look like, be sure to follow existing PUBG Partners to get a feel for the type of content they produce.

The next step in becoming a PUBG Partner, and getting yourself that much closer to the elusive Parter Jacket, is gaining influence. For a better description on this step, check out the advice offered by PUBG’s Senior Partnerships Manager, Melissa Mok:

“Don’t give up! If even one person watches your content consistently, you’re making a difference in their life. I realize some people will read this and tell me not to be so full of myself in thinking videos or live streams make a difference in people’s lives, but they do. Whether you realize it or not, your personality is drawing people to you and you’re making a community in which they feel comfortable, safe, and happy to be themselves; they like being surrounded by people who like them and accept them.”

In order to become a PUBG Partner, you'll need to create content that grows your audience.

We feel Melissa offered some fantastic advice, which you should definitely keep in mind while streaming PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on YouTube and Twitch. Tailoring your live streams to your audience may take some time, but after a while, you’ll be creating an environment that viewers wish to return to. In doing this, you’ll grow and maintain a solid fan base.

Once you’ve established yourself as a PUBG streamer on YouTube, Twitch, or both, the next step is applying for a PUBG Partnership. To apply for the Partnerships Program, click here. Note that as of January 2018, the application is currently closed. Be sure to check back to see when applications have re-opened.

Additionally, you can click here to subscribe to the PUBG Partners Twitter account, which posts frequent news and updates regarding PUBG Partners program. The moment you are accepted as a PUBG Partner, you’ll get a PUBG Partner Jacket. This item can be equipped, and will let other players known you’ve grinded through the process of becoming a PUBG Partner.

While you wait for the PUBG Partner applications to open, why not load up a game of PUBG and start streaming? For all prospective PUBG Partners, be sure to post your YouTube or Twitch channel in the comments below and introduce yourself to the community!

By reading through this guide, you should now know how to become a Partner and get the Partner Jacket in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. When she's not gaming or caffeinating, you can reach her at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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