Tencent has revealed the structure of PUBG Mobile Esports 2022. Following a successful 2021 in which PUBG Mobile received a record number of viewers, the PUBG Corporation is kicking off 2022 with a set of changes to its top leagues.
The top PUBG Mobile league will adopt a new format, shifting from a seasonal playoff format to a one-year cycle.
PUBG Mobile Esports 2022
There are Pro Tournaments this year, and ultimately the Global Championship with special invites.
From the PMCOs and National Championships to the Global Championship, Tencent will cater the fans with some of the most thrilling events.
In contrast, a ton of great opportunities for all the esports athletes.The second phase of PUBG Mobile esports has been termed “PUBG Mobile Esports 2.0”.
Its main focus will be on improving the local regional layer for amateur and semi-pro players in order to provide them with a solid foundation.
PUBG Mobile Esports : Pro Tournaments
As usual, teams will fight in their own regions or countries first. This will be through the in-game All Talent Qualifier and PMCO.
Tencent hosts PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) in various countries twice in a year. Furthermore, teams from PMCO (Spring and Fall) along with some winners from third-party events will go to PMNC or Regional Cup events.
There will be PMCOs held in the following regions –
- South America
- Middle East
However, the PMCO teams will no longer be able to directly qualify for the Pro League. But they will compete in the PMNC and PMNC Regional cups for a chance to join the Pro League in 2023.
For various countries, there will be 11 PMNCs and 8 Regional Cup Events.
PMPL Qualifiers Schedule (South Asia)
The qualifier rounds in various regions will start in January.
- South Asia – 11-13 February 2022 18:00 onwards
- Pakistan – 18-20 February 2022 18:00 onwards
To sum up, the new PUBG Mobile Esports Plan looks interesting. It will be very helpful for the emerging teams.