Check all details about the upcoming global event of PUBG Mobile Esports

Check all details about the upcoming global event of PUBG Mobile Esports

PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: Check out all the details on the upcoming global event of PUBG Mobile Esports – PUBG MOBILE today revealed…

PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: Check out all the details on the upcoming world event of PUBG Mobile Esports – PUBG MOBILE today has the full 2023 schedule and qualification slots for its pro esports circuit, including the PUBG MOBILE Pro League Spring (PMPL), PUBG MOBILE unveils World Invitational (PMWI), and PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC). 2023 will also see changes to the top global events in PUBG MOBILE Esports, with more details to be announced soon. Check out the detailed information here. For future updates on PUBG Mobile Esports, follow InsideSport.IN

PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023

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PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: Check all the details about the upcoming global event of PUBG Mobile Esports

PMWI returns, held in Riyadh in July, where the competition will again see top teams from around the world, including the 2 strongest teams from SEA, 1 team each from South Asia, the Middle East and Africa, Europe and the Americas . Slot distribution by Esportsgen for the main event.

The PMGC, PUBG MOBILE’s premier tournament, will close out the year. The competition will begin with the PMGC league, which runs from November to December, before concluding in dramatic fashion with the top teams progressing to the Grand Finals later in December. PMGC will consist of 48 teams, including 11 from Southeast Asia, 6 from South Asia, 6 from the Middle East and Africa, 7 from Europe and 7 from the Americas. The rest of the slot award and tournament format for PMWI and PMGC will be announced soon

The announcement of the full 2023 pro schedule follows a series of major changes to the PUBG MOBILE esports program announced earlier this year. It was revealed that the PMPL would be expanded through the introduction of a SEA Wild Card (PH/KH/MM/SG), covering the Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia and Singapore regions. It was also detailed that PUBG MOBILE Esport’s official tournaments will switch to a 10-point system to make the competition more exciting and competitive.

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