Just after a profitable 2020, Tencent’s PUBG Mobile has promised a 14 million USD prize pool for 2021, a huge 180 percent improvement over the previous year.
By introducing more players to the scheme, they hope to extend the game’s esports community to other parts of the world. Since the Pro League and Championship Finals are mostly invite-only events, they favor established professional teams and players.
Tencent launched new competitions, such as the Campus Championship, to attract amateur players.
Following suit, PUBG Mobile has announced a new tournament for three South Asian nations, dubbed the “PUBG Mobile National Championship 2021 (PMNC).” They happen to be
Bangladesh will host the PUBG Mobile National Championship in 2021.
Nepal’s PUBG Mobile National Championship will be held in 2021.
Pakistan’s PUBG Mobile National Championship will take place in 2021.
The tournament has a prize pool of 30,000 USD (45 lakh Pakistani rupees, 25 lakh Bangladeshi rupees, and 35 lakh Nepali rupees), and the winner of each National Championship will also receive a place in the next PUBG Mobile Pro League.
Registration for the PMNC 2021 will begin on the 17th of May in all three regions. As soon as new information about the registration process becomes accessible, it will be updated.
South Asia division of PUBG Mobile Esports in 2021:-
The Global Championship Finals of PUBG Mobile were held in Dubai in 2021, with two teams from the country competing. They also hosted the Club Open as well as the third season of the Pro League, which DRS Gaming won.
Officials declared the Campus Championship (Pakistan and Bangladesh) for amateur players, with Semi-Finals beginning on May 14th. The Campus Championship has a prize pool of 30,000 dollars, and the finals will be held on May 28th and 30th.
Tencent also revealed the dates for the PUBG Mobile Pro League: South Asia Championship, which will take place from June 10th to June 13th. In the ultimate regional event, the top sixteen teams from three Asian regions will compete against one another.