PMGC 2021: Days’ Schedule, event calendar, how to watch the PUBG Mobile Global Championship How to watch the PUBG Mobile Global Championship: The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 Finals will start from January 21 to 24. A total of 16 teams from across the globe will take part in the event and compete for a $1.2 million prize pool and the crown of world champions. The PMGC Finals is going to take place at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, which has a seating capacity of 17,000 people. The venue, however, will not have an audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the set protocols.

PUBG Mobile Esports have announced the official schedule of the Global Championship, and it includes everything that would breakdown at the 4 days long event.

Day 2 and 3 have designated time for map promo, and the possibilities of a new map being added in PUBG Mobile are coming true. The map is expected to be a 2×2 km map, just like the PUBG Mobile exclusive map– Livik

Here is all you need to know about the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020 Finals:


  • The top 16 teams from the globe will play 24 matches across four days to decide the winners.

  • The matches will be played in all the PUBG Mobile maps– Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok, and Vikendi.


The top 16 teams that have qualified since the League stage of the PMGC, which was held from November 24 to December 20, 2020 are:

  • Four Angry Men

  • Bigetron Red Aliens

  • RRQ Athena

  • Konina Power

  • Klas Digital Athletics

  • Secret Jin

  • Futbolist

  • Nova XQF

  • Power888 KPS

  • Abrupt Slayers

  • Alpha7 Esports

  • Z3US Esports

  • Natus Vincere

  • Aerowolf Limax

  • Team Secret

  • A1 Esports

Points system

Each match’s points will be divided into placement and kills the team’s security. At the end of 24 matches, the team with the most points will win the title.

  • 1st place: 15 points

  • 2nd place: 12 points

  • 3rd place: 10 points

  • 4th place: Eight points

  • 5th place: Six points

  • 6th place: Four points

  • 7th place: Two points

  • 8-12th place: One point

  • 13-16th place: Zero points

Prize Pool distribution

The $1.2 million prize pool will be distributed in a hierarchical order:

  • 1st place: $700,000

  • 2nd place: $200,000

  • 3rd place: $100,000

  • 4th place: $40,000

  • 5th place: $25,000

  • 6th place: $20,000

  • 7th place: $17,000

  • 8th place: $15,000

  • 9th place: $12,000

  • 10th place: $11,000

  • 11-13th place: $10,000

  • 14-16th place: $5,000


All matches are going to get live-streamed on PUBG Mobile Esports’ Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch channels. The live stream will take place in languages, namely English, Indonesian, Malay, Vietnamese, Burmese, Arabic, Hindi, Urdu, Nepali, and Thai.

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