How to buy UC in Pubg mobile safely

To keep the game fresh Pubg mobile keeps introducing new updates. With the new season which is called Beyond the Ace, players are expecting more cool accessories like costumes, skins, and more in the 15th Royale pass update.

In order to buy skins and Royale pass, players need to buy UC, the in-game currency. There are a lot of ways to buy UC in PUBG mobile via the Google Play Store, Razer Gold, Midasbuy Razer, etc.

This article is about the various ways a player can buy UC.

As the default method, players can buy via Play Store by using their Google Play Balance, credit/debit card, and through the bank. It is the simplest way to buy UC. For internet speed test:


Players can also buy UC through Midasbuy, which is a bit cheaper than buying in-game.

It offers a lot of payment methods including standard credit cards and it also lets you purchase using Razer Gold.

Razer Gold

To buy using Razer Gold

  • Visit PUBG mobile webshop
  • Log in with Facebook or enter your players Id
  • Select Razer Gold as your payment method
  • Select your recharge amount and click on next
  • To complete the transaction login to your Razer Gold account

Players can also buy UC by using a Razer Gold Pin

  • Purchase a Razer Gold pin
  • Visit PUBG mobile webshop
  • Enter with player Id or log in with Facebook
  • Select Razer Gold as your payment method and click next
  • Enter your Razer Gold pin, serial number, and PIN code. Click next
  • When the transaction will be complete then UC will be loaded into your account

Beware of deceptive websites

When you are transacting online, there is an excessive danger of running into scams that tricks users to leak their legal information like credit card details and other bank details.

And then this information is used to make other transactions without the consent of users that’s why always use trusted sites and URLs. Make sure your connection is secure, and internet speed test:

In order to protect your personal information, it is important to know what makers to look for.

If there is an icon with the words secures or verified, it is a trust seal. These seals are the indicators that the site has HTTPS security sometimes these seals indicate other security features.

There are so many services you can use to verify a link. Google’s safe browsing is also a service like that. Most browsers, including Firefox, Chrome, and Internet explorer include a color-change that is on the left side of the location bar to indicate that the site has been verified as legitimate. Avoid links popping up on email and it is good to type URL by hand.


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