PUBG Pro Settings and Gear List

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is an impressive evolution of the battle royale FPS format that successfully blends survival tactics, strategy and chaos into a beautiful mix that we just can’t stop playing. PUBG made its first big splash on the competitive scene this year so we just had to research the best PUBG settings for you.

This list was created by our own team of PUBG fanatics as a great resource if you want to know which sensitivity, resolution, DPI, scoping sensitivity, or other PUBG settings your favorite pro is on right now. This list, like a crate drop falling from the sky at the perfect moment, can be an incredibly valuable resource for our fellow PUBG fans. Whether you want to get more competitive, just tweak your settings, or are unloading that new mouse, monitor or keyboard, this is the right place to get your settings dialed in.

As always, please give us a shout out on Twitter and Discord if we got any of the information wrong or you need some other of the PUBG settings fixed. This list is still a work in progress but we are updating every pubg config as fast as we can. Thank you for reading.

102 Comments on “PUBG Pro Settings and Gear List”

  1. In shroud’s livestream, when we do !keyboard, it says that he has the logitech g810 orion spectrum and not the gpro keyboard. Just to let you know. Great website !

  2. Just curious about another school of thought. CSGO pros sometimes swear by really high dpi with really low in game sensitivity. What are you thought for those of you who excel at PUBG? Thanks.

      1. Hello Gamesturbartor, some games have pixel skipping on low DPI. This is not the case with PUBG so you are fine with 400 DPI.

    1. Its absolutly false.
      From my years of CS I have never seen a pro that had DPI over 1600.
      The vast majority uses 400-800 and an effective DPI ranging from 400 to 1200. (effective DPI = DPI x ingamesens.)
      Hiko for instance is considered to be a really high sensitivity player and he’s using 800 DPI with an effective DPI of around 1700.
      We’re far from using the range of DPI that modern devices are marketing and its already considered high sensitivity.

      High DPI is absolutly useless, its a fact its just scaling and a marketing tool for constructors.

      There was a really interesting piece from one of the Logitech engineers talking about DPI and how they work don’t have the link RN though.

      Thoughts for PUBG and any game for that instance is to keep DPI steady and try to have some continuity between games, I try to have the same real distance/360 ingame ratio in every game wich helps with muscle memory.

      1. You seem to have knowledge in this field.
        If higher dpi skips frames then why do some people use 800 dpi, shouldn’t using the lowest dpi possible the best thing?

  3. Hello. Is there someting i dont know, since no one publishes windows sensitivity? For me all these setting dont make much sense without knowing windows sens

    1. You are right about him not being set on one resolution, he is on 1920×1080 right now though! 🙂

  4. I wonder for these pro players,
    Do they use the same low DPI when in their daily activities? Browsing with 400 DPI is somehow tiring for me.

  5. Hayz from Team Liquid is now using 50 sensitivity across all different aiming types along with 400 DPI.

  6. pls can you add aAa pubg teams settings who recently won the IEM Oakland competition (shiv,oraxehaze,shadow 1-K,and MonkeY)
    thanks 🙂

  7. Mithrain is playing with Logitech G102 mouse, Sennheiser Game Zero Headset and Glorius XL mousepad. You can add wtcNN, he is streamer and teammate of Mithrain. His peripherals are Logitech G Pro, HyperX Cloud 2, Logitech G413, Steelseries Qck+ Limited and XL2430T. He is playing on 1920×1080.

    1. Fixed Mithrain’s gear, thank you! I would add wtcNN but I need his sensitivity settings as well. Do you happen to know them? 🙂

    1. Just found Tecnosh’s gear. Hopefully someone in our community knows Tecnosh’s settings so we can add him to the list! 🙂

  8. hnlBot: ibiza has his sensitivity set to 15% for everything (PUBG) and 1600 dpi
    and larsen 400 50 all

      1. for ibiza –
        Game monitor – BenQ XL2411Z
        Mouse – Zowie FK1
        Bungee – Zowie Camade
        Keyboard – Corsair Strafe RGB Silent
        Headphones – Beyerdynamic DT-770
        Microphone – Blue Yeti
        Chair – DXSEAT CHAIR T05/XW

        larsen GEAR:
        ZOWIE FK1
        CORSAIR K70
        audio technica mx50
        RØDE Procaster
        Z0WIE GTF-X
        BENQ 2411XL

    1. They were already on the list just under the name “Ex-against All authority”. Fixed, thank you! 🙂

  9. You are missing a big setting which is very important to these settings – its the fov of the player. A sensitivity with 103 fov is faster than the same with 90 fov. You might consider adding this to your table..

    1. Back when we first started the list everyone had the FOV value on default which is why we did not include it. Maybe we can add it in the future. 🙂

    1. You can only use 400/800/1600/3200 DPI on Zowie & XTRFY mice which a lot of the PUBG pros use. 🙂

  10. It would be good if u add rip113 to the list (the guy that got 43 kills in 1 game) he uses 950 dpi 51 general sens and the rest is set to 50

    im 100% (i asked it on stream) sure he uses a hyperx cloud II a logitech g502 and a blackwidow chroma

  11. Also Prosettings. Anyway we can have WackyJacky101 added. He’s a very informative streamer who is a top 10 solo player. I can get you his settings if you would like.

    Mouse fk1 , monitor: Lenovo Y27ga 144hz 1080 ,mousepad: QcK cloth , headset: hyper x cloud revolver

    1. and this is wackyjacky’s sensitivity,
      DPI: 800, Acceleration: None, Polling rate: 1000 Hz, Windows default sensitivity: 6/11, In-game sensitivity;
      general 26, vehicle 50, targeting 27, scoping 24, 2x = 20, 4x= 25, 8x =22, 15x=23

      1. Moobot: 400DPI – 45% ingame – 6/11 Windows
        this is from scoom

        hnlBot: 400dpi, 6/11 windows, 55 general sens, 45 zoom sens

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