PMGC 2021 prize pool – The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 kicks off in November with a $6 million prize pool, the largest in battle royale mobile esports history.
PMGC 2021 prize pool
The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 kicks off in November with a $6 million prize pool, the largest in battle royale mobile esports history.
In January 2022, the finals will be held.
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Following the end of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021 on Sunday, which saw Valdus Esports and Alpha 7 Esports named champions of the East and West divisions, respectively, plans for PMGC 2021 were released. The four-day tournament, which was sponsored by Gamers Without Borders, featured a $3 million charity prize pool.
“Valdus Esports and Alpha 7 Esports, congratulations! PUBG MOBILE Global Esports director James Yang said in a press statement on Monday, “I’m extremely thrilled to see another PUBG MOBILE global esports tournament come to a successful end with some action-packed matches.”
“Working with Gamers Without Borders to stage a genuinely unique competition and unite our participants for a good cause has also been a delight.” I’m now looking forward to focusing on the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship 2021, which will be our largest competition to date and promise something truly unique for our players, partners, and fans.”
Valdus Esports took first place in the PMWI East division with a total of 287 points. Natus Vincere was second with 224 points, and Xavier was third with 186.
With 227 total points, Alpha 7 Esports won the PMWI West. Next Ruya Gaming came in third with 213 points, followed by Kona Power with 227.