For those who are not familiar with Brendan Greene, he is the brainchild behind the 2017's sensational game Player Unknown's Batteground (PUBG). He is the director and chief designer for one of the most downloaded games of all time.   

Application developer Brendan Greene has achieved a great deal of success from his technological and computer knowledge. But it is not just his knowledge that has brought him to this stage; his parents also have supported him equally in every step of his life. 

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We present wiki-related facts on Brendan's life ranging from his bio to family along with his journey to a multimillionaire with colossal net worth who's already planning the future of his company.  

1. From DayZ To PUBG: Brendan Greene's Bio 

Born on 1956, Brendan is a lead designer and director of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, popularly known as PUBG. He was born in Ballyshannon, Ireland.

Despite being best known for his famous creation PlayerUnknown that is not the only game he has ever created. According to the wiki, his most notable games before PUBG was ArmA 2 mod DayZ: Battle Royale, a substitute for another popular game DayZ.  

Developer Talks: PUBG creator Brendan Greene talks about wanting to support the game PUBG for the next 20 years on the BAFTA red carpet on 12 April 2018. (Photo:

Prior to his achievements, Greene was studying arts in college, which was the turning point in his life because that's when he realized that he didn't want to be a struggling artist without a cause; he wanted more.

He opened up about how his girlfriend from his college years made him see what he truly wanted out of life. In an interview with CNET, he said,

I was dating a girl at the time who was a graphic designer and a web designer, and I saw that as a way to make money from art, rather than become a struggling artist.

Before involving himself in developing games, he worked in a variety of jobs as a photographer, web designer, and graphic designer.

However, in 2013 the game DayZ ignited up his interest in the gaming field and inspired him to develop games.

The journey, however, was not an easy one and had to withstand a backlash from people who suggested him to get a real job and focus on earning. But his games, esp. PUBG proved his haters wrong after which he gained recognition all over the world, and the audience loved it.

In the present, he has been spending time in the Seoul office directing the tuning and polishing of PUBG before its release on Christmas.

2. Greene's Family Life: Making Parents Proud

As with all tech-nerds, Brendan's personal life has been under the wraps. He loves to keep his matters lowkey, away from the spotlight. However, he never fails to credit his family when the opportunity arises. 

He rightly credits his family members for his success and thanks them for believing in him when everyone doubted. In an interview with Business Technology in 2018, he expressed how his family felt after his huge achievement saying:

Now my parents are just proud as punch. My dad tells me on a very regular basis how he proud he is. I didn't want to let them down.

His love for his family has been an immense inspiration for him throughout his career, especially more now that he is filthy rich and can take care of them! 

3. Brendan Greene's Dating Life: Divorced From Brazilian Woman

Despite maintaining an uber private life, it is known that during his time as a photographer and graphic designer, he married a Brazilian woman and moved to her country in his early 30s.

Unfortunately, they got in divorced. He was unable to pay for a plane ticket home and lived four hours outside of Sao Paulo earning only $316 a month, designing websites and shooting photos at concerts and weddings.

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3. Brendan Greene Dedicates All His Accolades To His Daughter 

Apart from Brendan's divorced life, he also fathers a young daughter aged 11, but the identity of her mother remains hidden from the public. 

Greene, a loving father, is focused on setting up his daughter for life.

Suit Up: PUBG's Brendan Greene shares picture of his daughter dressing up as Harley Quin on 28 October 2016 (Photo: Brendan Greene's Twitter)

His massive net worth is all dedicated for his baby girl to have a happy life. In an interview with BussinessInsider on 28 June 2017, he said,

For me, personally, I have a daughter. I do this for her. I don't want to spoil her, but she'll never need to worry. 

The tech genius takes time away from his business to spend with her as well!

4. PUBG The open Secret To Brendan's Huge Net Worth 

After the success of DayZ, Brendan was approached by Sony Entertainment for their zombie game H1Z1, this time calling it King of the Kill. Not just that, South Korean game developer called Bluhole Inc which has a net worth of $4.6 billion approached him promising him to provide a platform for his vision. 

Allies All Smiles: Brendan Greene attends the Game Awards 2017 with Chang Han Kim of Bluehole Inc (Photo:

And the collaboration between Bluehole Inc and Brendan resulted in the birth of PUBG. After the release of his famous creation, PUBG Brendan’s stock along with his net worth has skyrocketed.

In just four months of its release, the game sold more than six million copies and $200 million worth of sales for his employer. And in that period, it became the third most popular game on PC marketplace Steam. Since its release in March 2017, 20 million copies had already been sold till September 2017. That equates to more than 1 million active gamers playing simultaneously. 

It was also able to surpass big games like Grand Theft Auto V and Dota 2 regarding sales and downloads.  After the release of the game, the company was able to amass over $100 million in revenue in a short time.

Despite having his net worth under reviews, it is easy to tell that his net worth could be in millions and possibly billions. What's more, with the craze of his famous creation showing no signs of slowing down, it's only going to increase. 

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5.  PUBG Corp "Can’t provide people with free servers"

Brendan Green had spoken in early July in 2018 that despite PUBG custom matches hadn't been associated with any cost; the corporation might start charging modders in the future. The battle royale's developer aka PlayerUnknown himself explained about it in an interview with PCGamesN.

Greene said paywalls would be required—be that with real money or in-game currency.  He further added that PUBG Corp "can’t provide people with free servers" as doing so is not financially viable. He shared his own experience from many years back, stating,

"I was a modder for many years, and I didn’t expect ARMA to provide me with free servers to mod on, and it’s the same with this." 

From what the Steam Charts show, the game's peak concurrent player count over the last 30 days hit 1,438,538 (689,670 average). However, Greene told PCGamesN that  "sales of a game can only last you so long."