The PMGC 2022 Finals is all set to happen in Jakarta from Jan. 6 to 8. Besides, the PUBG Mobile esports action, fans will also get a chance to witness other performances.

The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022 Finals is set to take place from Jan. 6 to 8 in Jakarta, Indonesia. This will be the first LAN finals in the history of the PMGC and will feature a live audience as well.

Besides the top-notch PUBG Mobile action, there will also be several performances for fans. After all, gaming and esports over the past few years have not just been about video games but a true overlap of entertainment for audiences with music, movies, and TV shows.

Tencent announces Aghniny Haque’s performance in the PMGC 2022 Grand Finals Opening Show

Aghniny Haque is an Indonesian actress who’s known for her appearance in various movies and shows including Stealing Raden Saleh, Wedding Arrangement, and more. Now, she will be gracing the stage at the Indonesia Jakarta International Expo.

Tencent hasn’t revealed what the performance will actually be about. Fans will have to wait and find out.

Aghniny Haque won’t be the only person lighting up the stage. Besides this, Tencent will also put up a show for the the PMGC 2022 theme song, "Be The One." The song was released last month and has been created by the PUBG Mobile team. The lyric video for the song has nearly 400,000 views on YouTube.

Everything you need to know about the Grand Finals

The PMGC Grand Finals will take place from Jan. 6 to 8. The top 16 teams from around the world will be competing for a share of the $4 million prize pool and the title of world champions.

The teams will play 18 matches (six per day) to decide the winners. The teams are as follows:

  • Four Angry Men (China)
  • Alter Ego (Indonesia)
  • Alpha7 Esports (Brazil)
  • Buriram United Esports (Thailand)
  • DRS Gaming (Nepal)
  • Fire Flux Esports (Turkey)
  • Geek Fam (Malaysia)
  • GodLike Stalwart (Mongolia)
  • IHC Esports (Mongolia)
  • iNCO Gaming (Brazil)
  • Influence x Chemin (Brazil)
  • Nova Esports (China)
  • S2G (Turkey)
  • Trained to Kill (Nepal)
  • Vampire Esports (Thailand)
  • Wolves Esports (China)

The PMGC was first launched in 2020 to replace the PMCO Global Finals as the year-end competition for PUBG Mobile esports. However, its first two editions were played online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be the first time that the tournament will happen as a complete LAN affair with a live audience.

Tickets to the event are currently on sale. Fans who can’t attend it live can tune into the competition on the official PUBG Mobile esports YouTube channel.

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