Esports for all games have always played an important role and PUBG Mobile is no exception. The game was a huge success both in terms of popularity and revenue. Moreover, the esports of the game cannot be described in words, it has brought to light several countries where esports are not taken seriously. The game has not finished proving it again and again, several tournaments are announced with massive prize pools each year.
The recent PUBG Mobile World Invitational tournament event has come to an end after four days of flawless gameplay from 32 teams around the world. By awarding the closing credits to PMWI, James Yang, Director of PUBG Mobile Esports, announced the biggest event in PUBG mobile Esports! The director announces the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 and he shares the overall tournament format.
The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 will be held in two phases, namely League Stages and Finals. The championship phase will take place in November 2021, while the finals are scheduled to take place in January 2022. Thus, the tournament spans three months and the finals will end in 2022.
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Each PMPL will send the top team directly to PMGC 2021 based on the total points of two seasons. Both seasons include PMPL League stages and finals. Additionally, PMPL Regional Finals such as Southeast Asia and PMPL EMEA will send the best team that performed well to PMGC 2021. That being said, teams that were unable to participate in PMPL will also have a chance to qualify for the league with their respective region. finals.
Detailed information regarding rules, team participation, slots and more will be disclosed in the coming days on PUBG Mobile Site esports.
Talking about its prize pool, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 comes with a huge prize pool of 6 million. The director also claims that this prize pool is the biggest prize pool ever recorded for a single event in the history of PUBG mobile esports. The pot is even bigger than last year.
Qualifiers of PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2021 will start from tomorrow i.e. July 26th. The PMCO Fall Split has a total prize pool of $700,000. Players are advised to download an anti-cheat app called GAC before competing. With qualifiers ending August 1, group stages and finals will take place in August and September 2021.
The director did not mention the teams for India or the Indian regional finals. But there are several reports such as Memphize esports on IG suggests that Indian teams would also qualify the same way as other regions i.e. through Regional Finals.
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