PUBG is not only a mobile game for the youth. It has become one of the major mediums using which today’s young generation passes its time. The popularity of this game can be guessed by the fact that its addiction is making doctors open special therapy centers.
Last year, Tencent had organised one of the biggest gaming events with PUBG inviting players from all across the world and the Chinese company is trying to repeat the success with its year-long global tournament named PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019, which has players both from the pro and semi-pro teams and will be competing for a prize pool worth Rs 14 crore approx. Last year the tournament saw over 230 million online views and over 5,000 attendees at the finals in Dubai.
This year, the tournament has been divided into 2 parts — Spring Split and Fall Split, each with a separate pool prize and grand finals.
To participate in this tournament, one must have attained a Platinum rank at the end of the season and also need to have parental consent for the ones under the legal age. Minimum of 3 players from the team must be from the region they are competing. Registrations have already started on 8 March and will end on 18 March via the game’s official website.
PUBG will launch a Bonus Challenge for solo players only. In this, Players can only enter via Bonus Challenge Vouchers or Unknown Cash. There are three tiers— Novice, Adept, and Expert. This challenge is open to the Android, iOS, and PC emulator platform and is limited to 60 players per match.