The dates and prizes are set for the PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals, the epic finale of a competitive year-long event featuring both semi-pro and pro teams that will culminate at the end of November in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. On Friday, Nov. 29, teams from around the world will battle it out in the world’s most popular mobile game for a lion’s share of the unprecedented total PUBG MOBILE Club Open $2.5 million USD total prize pool. Prelim matches will also take place in Kuala Lumpur beginning Saturday, Nov. 23.
Leading global technology company, vivo, is the official title sponsor of the PMCO 2019, providing smartphones to empower players’ conquest at the competition. vivo’s fast performing and powerful smartphones provide a seamless gaming experience, making it a special weapon loved by tech-savvy consumers globally.
Following the impressive success of the PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 Spring Split, PUBG MOBILE have made a few improvements to the tournament format and regional designations, and a newly designed logo. The PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Prelims and Finals will feature a totally revamped point system, which more accurately balances survival ranks and kills. Additionally, the India region has been expanded to South Asia, to include Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and several other countries. The Middle East and North Africa regions are also now merged as ‘MENA.’
While qualifiers are ongoing through September and October, PUBG MOBILE fans can plan to watch the Global Finals from Friday, Nov. 29 to Sunday, Dec. 1 at the official PUBG MOBILE esports live stream. The Prelims will also be streamed from Saturday, Nov. 23 through Monday, Nov. 25. Fans who wish to attend the events live at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) can obtain tickets online beginning in late October.
The PUBG MOBILE Club Open 2019 provides a path for aspiring semi-pro clubs to become esports professionals. The Fall Split follows the PUBG MOBILE Club Open Spring Split Global Finals, where China’s TOP ESPORTS team took the grand prize of $180,000 USD. The official livestream and channel earned 247 million views, with 27.4 million watch hours in total, excluding platforms in China. The PUBG MOBILE Club Open tournament continues to grow, with the 2019 Spring Split earning a 700% increase in total hours watched than the 2018 PUBG MOBILE Star Challenge.
Stay tuned at PUBG MOBILE Esports Channel to get more information.
ABOUT PUBG MOBILE
PUBG MOBILE is based on PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, the phenomenon that took the world of interactive entertainment by storm in 2017. Up to 100 players parachute onto a remote island to battle in a winner-takes-all showdown. Players must locate and scavenge their own weapons, vehicles and supplies, and defeat every player in a visually and tactically rich battleground that forces players into a shrinking play zone.