ESL announced its partnership with the leading esports game, PUBG MOBILE. The new esports program will provide the players from all over the world to compete for a $5 million USD prize pool.
ESL will be coming up with a brand new innovative studio, exclusively dedicated to pubg mobile esports in Katowice, Poland. This studio will become the place for all the offline tournaments of Pubg Mobile in future. The construction of this studio indicates a long-term partnership between them, because of which mobile esports will rise to new heights.
[blockquote footer=”Fabian Scheuermann, Vice President Product Operations & Strategy in Publisher Development at ESL”]We are very excited to support PUBG MOBILE in growing as a truly global esports title, sharing our expertise on how to successfully create an open competition on all levels. In the current climate, it is important that all involved in the esports community act in a way that protects both our long-term future and our immediate concerns for the safety of our competitors. PUBG MOBILE and ESL together can achieve this, culminating in a high-class esports ecosystem.[/blockquote]
Players from all over the world will qualify for regional finals through PUBG MOBILE Club Open tournaments across North America, Europe, Turkey, CIS, Germany, Middle East & Africa, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, confirming their slots into the PUBG MOBILE Pro League of their respective regions. The pro league will give the teams a chance to qualify for the PUBG MOBILE World League, where they can fight it out for a $1 million USD prize pool for each of the two seasons.
[blockquote footer=”James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports, Tencent Games”]In order to bring more opportunities to compete and great viewership experience to all PUBG MOBILE players, we have further grown our global esports ecosystem as amateur-semipro-pro level and country-regional-world level in 2020.[/blockquote]
The World League will witness pro players from West and East region with high levels of competitive skills. The league will take place for one month in the newly built studio in Katowice. The competition will consist of five broadcast days per week and 130+ players taking part. The winning teams from the World league of each season will face each other in the upcoming World Championship which is to be held at the year-end.
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