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PUBG Mobile $14M USD Esports Program in 2021
PUBG Mobile has revealed a $14M USD Esports Program for 2021 at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship yesterday. Well... money, money, money!
If you’ve been following PUBG Mobile for a while, you’ll know that the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) has begun yesterday, which is where this massive announcement – quite literally, that amount of money is insane – has been made. And of course, they’d choose this occasion, with it being the date that most followers of mobile esports have marked in their calendars months ahead, to announce their plans for 2021.
The prize pool that is included in the PUBG Mobile 2021 Esports Program is the highest in mobile esports history so far. After PUBG Mobile Esports saw more teams register to compete in 2020 and after viewership spiked immensely, PUBG Mobile will give even more players the chance to compete and win in 2021.
Seven new PUBG Mobile Pro League regions (PMPL) will be introduced to the 2021 program, that being Turkey, Western Europe, Arabia, North America, Latin America, Brazil, and CIS next to the already existing Pro Leagues in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
To become a part of this fight for the $14M USD, one has to first sign up for the PMCOs (PUBG Mobile Club Open) Spring Split. Those registrations will open on January 1st, 2021, and close three days later, on January 24th, 2021. The PMPL will also take place in 2021.
PMGC 2021 will be the closing event of 2021, where the real fight will begin.
In addition to all that, there will also be new PUBG MOBILE Invitationals, hosted by top pro teams around the world and happening in the summer of 2021.