James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports, has just concluded his keynote talk at ESI Winter Digital, revealing never before released data from the 2020 season.
The reveals usher in the start of the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC), the biggest event in PUBG MOBILE Esports history, which kicks off on November 24th.
- This year so far PUBG MOBILE Esports received 1 billion views with 100 million hours watched. This is already more than twice of the viewership in 2019.
- These figures are from all official matches including PUBG MOBILE Club Open, PUBG MOBILE Pro League and PUBG MOBILE World League and do not include the upcoming Global championship which is due to start on 24th Nov
- This will be an action packed week for PUBG MOBILE Esports fans across the world, as James is set to reveal a host of new exciting announcements in the following days, revealing all that 2021 has in store for the PUBG MOBILE Esports ecosystem
- On November 20th at the Esports Awards Expo, the beginning of the prestigious Esports Awards, James will present a keynote revealing the groundbreaking future of its esports program. The keynote will begin at 12.35pm GMT
- On November 24th, to kick off the PMGC, James will reveal the prize pool for 2021 which will be the biggest prize pool in mobile esports history. We will also be hosting an exclusive private press Q&A for a deeper dive into the reveals
- The PMGC begins at 11AM UTC on November 24th and will see 24 pro teams from across the globe competing for an incredible $2M USD, and to be crowned the best team in the world at the PMGC Finals. Fans can tune in live on the PUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel. The league will run from November 24th until December 20th, and the PMGC Finals will take place in early 2021.
- The PUBG MOBILE esports ecosystem began in 2018 with grassroots events across the world. 2020 saw the introduction of the PUBG MOBILE Pro League, the expansion of the semi-pro PUBG MOBILE Club Open and saw all teams competing for an incredible $5M USD prize pool which was double the amount for 2019. The 2021 program will go even further, setting a new standard for mobile esports
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