PUBG MOBILE reveals its revolutionary 2021 esports program at the opening of the PMGC, boasting an unbelievable $14,000,000 USD prize pool, thehighest in mobile esports history Following a remarkable year that broke all viewership records for PUBG MOBILE esports and saw more teams register to compete, next year’s program deals more players than ever before a chance at esports fame. The 2021 program will present 7 new PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) areas in CIS, Turkey, Western Europe, Arabia, The United States And Canada, Latin America, and Brazil, which will match the existing PMPLs in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Comparable to this year, the freshly revealed 2021 program will divide the PMCOs and PMPLs into 2 seasons, with the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC) at the end of theyear Registration for the PMCO Spring Split will open on January first 2021 and close on January 24th. An extremely broadened program, together with the new PMPL and PMCO areas, the community will also present amazing PUBG MOBILE Invitationals which will take place in the summer season, hosted by leading pro teams around theworld With big aspirations to end up being the first tier 1 mobile esports, the 2021 program will also see PUBG MOBILE build more studios in countries around the world, following its first in Katowice which was revealed this year in collaboration with ESL.
The revolutionary program was revealed at the opening of the PMGC, the final event of the 2020 season and the peak of the mobile esports calendar. The 24 best pro teams from around the world will face off throughout 4 electrifying weeks of league play, offering fans the highest levelof PUBG MOBILE competition Players are completing for an unbelievable $2M USD, the biggest prize pool in PUBG MOBILE history for a singletournament The PMGC league will run till December 20th, and the PMGC Finals will take place in early 2021.
The official title sponsor of PMGC is Qualcomm Technologies who provide the ultimate gaming benefit with Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite Gaming, a full arsenal of hardware and software features that can be fully incorporated into top-tier smart devices that are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 5G Mobile Platforms. OnePlus is a leading global mobile technology company including the ultra-fast OnePlus 8T 5G mobile phone as the official device of PMGC. OnePlus 8T is powered by the Snapdragon 865 5G Mobile Platform.
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The PUBG MOBILE esports community started in 2018 with grassroots events throughout the world, and 2020 saw the conclusion of the amateur to professional circuit with the intro of the PMPL, and the significant growth of the PMCO. The program now supports competitors of all levels from amateur to semi- professional and professional throughout numerous countries and areas, making sure a clear path for gifted players toprogress PUBG MOBILE esports has actually seen 100 million hours seen in 2020, over a million concurrent audiences, and more than 120,000 teams signing up tocompete This year’s program sees teams completing for a $5,000,000 USD prize pool.
“2020 has been an incredibly special year for us as we’ve expanded in all aspects and completed our amateur to pro ecosystem, but this was only the beginning. We have huge ambitions to become a tier 1 esports and stand shoulder to shoulder with the biggest games in the world, not just to break boundaries within mobile esports,” stated James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports. “The huge increase in the prize pool is representative of the growth we foresee in 2021. In western regions in particular there’s huge room for expansion and I couldn’t be more excited for the future of PUBG MOBILE esports.This year, we’ve been cooperating closely with our sponsors- Qualcomm Technologies, Mountain Dew, and OnePlus, and we look forward to continuing the amazing partnerships with them and with more next year.”
How to enjoy PMGC League on thePUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel (November 24– December 20th):
- Every Tuesday and Wednesday (from 11am UTC)– tune in to see all 24 teams compete for league points, with six thrilling matches each day
- Every Thursday– Sunday (from 11am UTC)– the leading 16 teams who have actually accomplished the most league points during the week will battle to earn Championship Points.
At the end of the PMGC League the 16 teams with the most Championship Points will qualify for the prominent PMGC Finals in January 2021.
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