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How to Watch PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 – teams, format, schedule, streams, predictions

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26 Nov 2021

Gabriel Sciberras

In the next week, we’re heading into the largest event of the year for competitive PUBG Mobile. Indeed, with the likes of Free Fire taking over mobile competitive esports, we’re excited to see how PUBG Mobile respond with the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021. Accordingly, read on for all the viewership details you need for this massive event!

Event Background

Accordingly, this is only the second iteration of this massive event to round off the entire season of competitive PUBG Mobile.

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Organized by KRAFTON and Tencent Games, we’re seeing the very best teams in the world uniting to compete for over $1,500,000 of prize pool. Indeed, we have 40 of the best teams in the world competing across multiple stages as we’ll specify below.

First, we’ll have to explain that the competition is initially being split into League West and East prior to the epic Grand Finals. Accordingly, in this episode of How to Watch, we’ll be focusing on the League Stage.

So, take a look at the following lineup of competitive teams for both sides of the initial stages:

League – East:

  • Bigetron RA – SEA Championship S4 Finals
  • 4Rivals – SEA Championship S4 Finals
  • MS Chonburi – SEA Championship S4 Finals
  • FaZe Clan – SEA Championship S4 League
  • Rico Infinity Team – MENA and SA Championship
  • Stalwart Esports – MENA and SA Championship
  • Cryptics – MENA and SA Championship
  • Deadeyes Guys – MENA and SA Championship
  • Tong Jia Bao Esports – Peace Elite Championship
  • TBD – PEL Points
  • TBD – PEL Points
  • BC SWELL – Rivals Cup
  • Genesis Dogma GIDS – Indonesia Points
  • The Infinity – Thailand Points
  • Team Secret – MY/SG Points
  • D’Xavier – Vietnam Points
  • Nigma Galaxy – Arabia Points
  • DRS Gaming – South Asia Points
  • DAMWON Gaming – Pro Series S2
  • REJECT – Japan League
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League – West:

  • Rise Esports – Americas Championship S2
  • XSET – Americas Championship S2
  • Knights – Americas Championship S2
  • Team Queso – Americas Championship S2
  • Aton Esports – Americas Championship S2
  • Black Dragons e-Sports – Americas Championship S2
  • Buluc Chabtan – Americas Championship S2
  • MadBulls – European Championship
  • Futbolist – European Championship
  • SuperMassive Blaze – European Championship
  • S2G Esports – European Championship
  • Eastern Stars – European Championship
  • 1907 Fenerbahce Esports – European Championship
  • Besiktas Esports – European Championship
  • Ghost Gaming – North America Points
  • Furious Gaming – Latin America Points
  • A7 eSports- Brazil Points
  • Natus Vincere – CIS Points
  • Next Ruya Gaming – Turkey Points
  • Unicorns of Love – Western Europe Points

Accordingly, with the event kicking off on 30th November, this first leg is only a prequel to the grand finals taking place next January.

Format

Also, in terms of format, we’ll be approaching each event together, as they both share the same format. Indeed, we’ll be listing the format below:

  • League running from November 30th to December 19th
    • 3 Weeks of League, each one with 2 Stages
    • Weekdays – 10 matches per week, round-robin format with 5 groups of 4. Top 16 teams will progress to the Super Weekend.
    • Super Weekend – 15 matches per week, single lobby format, points earned in the Super Weekend will contribute to league standings – top 16 teams move onto the Grand Finals
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  • League Finals from December 22nd to December 24th
    • 16 teams from the League
    • 18 matches with 6 per day
    • The top 9 teams move on to the Grand Finals

Accordingly, altogether we’ll have 18 teams in the Grand Finals, with 9 from League West and 9 from League East.

Schedule for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021

Indeed, with so much schedule to keep track of, we recommend visiting the event page here.

Watch the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 on esportsguide

You can also watch PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 live stream via our very own website. Providing an extensive list of the biggest esports together with streams for each esports match live today or upcoming matches.

Predictions

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Considering this event, we’ll need to look at the results from the last year event:

  1. Four Angry Men
  2. Bigetron RA
  3. RRQ Athena
  4. KoninaPower
  5. Klas Digital Athletics

Indeed, we favour Bigetron RA heading into this event. However, anything can happen and we can’t wait. Accordingly, we’ll be keeping up to date.

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