PUBG Mobile Esports has announced the following dates for their upcoming Pro League and Global Championship to round out the year.
October 7 Update: There has been an official confirmation. PUBG Mobile Global Championship will kick off on November 30. More details will be revealed soon.
PUBG MOBILE has announced the dates for their final events to round off what has been a record-breaking year for the title. The PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) and the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC) will run through for the rest of the year.
The PMPL will play host to multiple regions as teams prepare to qualify for the Global Championship. Due to the close proximity and the competitive nature of their communities, the Middle East and North Africa regions will be combining to form the MENA. Here are the four confirmed leagues for the PMPL and their starting dates:
- Southeast Asia Championship: 12th October – 7th November.
- Americas Championship: 11-14th November.
- European Championship: Mid November.
- MENA & South Asia Championship: Mid November.
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PUBG Mobile Global Championship wraps up competitive calendar
The PUBG Mobile Global Championship will bring together the best teams. The 2021 Global Championship officially kicks off on November 23 with the League stage. The League stage will run through for four weeks, ending in January.
Once the League stage has concluded, teams will reassemble for the Global Championship finals. The finals will take place in January, playing host to the best teams from the Pro League and the regional championship.
2021 has been a record breaking year for PUBG MOBILE
During the press release, PUBG MOBILE Esports released some of the incredible figures. These figures will showcase the amazing growth of this exciting esport and what the future holds for this battle royale.
The overall watching hours for PUBG MOBILE across the entirety of 2021 is 75 million hours watched. This is a heavy increase from the back end of 2020 at 56%. There has also been a 100% increase in viewership across the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East.
The 2021 PUBG MOBILE World Invitational saw viewership peak at 409,000. This number was eight times the amount that the 2020 World League had. The Club Open and the National Championship saw an 82% registration increase from their 2020 registrations.