With the advent of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship this year, we’re excited for PUBG Mobile. Indeed, before concluding, the event has already amassed immense viewership. That got us thinking – what’s next for the mobile esport? In this episode of Esports Roadmap, we’ll be looking at PUBG Mobile Esports 2021!
PUBG Mobile Esports 2021 – Dialling it Up
I don’t think any fans are complaining about how 2020 went. Accordingly, heading into next year, not much seems to be changing at its core. Tencent seems to be simply focusing on increasing the prize pool. Bearing this in mind, a total of $14 million is on the line for the year of 2021!
Let’s summarize some of the essential facts about the structure for next year:
- Lowest level – PUBG Mobile Clup Open – based on regions at an amateur to semi-pro level
- Next level – PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) for larger regions into single events
- Top level – the Global Championship putting the best of the best against one another
- Note that new individual regions will be present this year, as the ‘Americas’ and ‘EMEA’ regions have split into many separate leagues.
Take a look at this in-depth video from PUBG Mobile themselves for the full scoop:
A Slight Change in Progression
For next year, World Leagues will not be making a return. Seeding into the Global Championship will come directly from the Pro League for PUBG Mobile Esports 2021.
We’re excited to see PUBG Mobile keeping up the pace and giving the fans more.
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