PUBG Mobile World invitational 2022 is going to be a month-long LAN(Offline) event, that will be held in Saudi Arabia. PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022 will be a PUBG Mobile tournament sponsored by Sony Xperia, the official smartphone partner of the game. It is going to be the largest PUBG Mobile invitational tournament as teams from around the world will be called to participate. It is going to be the first official LAN event of PUBG MOBILE since the Covid pandemic lockdown. PMWI 2022 Saudi Arabia PMWI 2022 Lan Event
INVITED TEAMS SO FAR:
1) Stalwart eSports from South Asia 2022 springs.
2) 52xRAGE from Pakistan 2022 springs.
3) Regan’s gaming from PEL 2022 springs
4) DAMWON gaming from PMPS 2022 spring: Korea
5) DONUTS USG from PUBG MOBILE japan league season 2: Phase 1
According to the announcement posted by the official PUBG Mobile Esports Twitter handle, more official news about this upcoming invitational will be released in June. The post also mentioned the other official PUBG Mobile Esports social media accounts that fans and players can follow to get future updates. PMWI 2022 Saudi Arabia PMWI 2022 Lan Event
2022 PMWI returns!!!🎉PMWI will be sponsored by @sonyxperia, the official smartphone partner.
— PUBG MOBILE Esports (@EsportsPUBGM) May 15, 2022
Although we do not have more information about the upcoming PMWI 2022, we can guess some details of the tournament through the last year’s event.
Last year, the PMWI 2021 was held in the month of July. It was held in two parts, the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021: West and the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021: East. Overall, 32 teams from across the world were invited to participate in the event, 16 teams from the West and 16 teams from the East. The East region included teams from Southeast Asia, South Asia, Japan, Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau, and others. The West region had teams from North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and others.
Both these tournaments were charity events where a massive amount of the prize pool was donated to various humanitarian relief organizations worldwide. For both the PMWI East and West tournaments, the total prize pool was $1.5 million for donations and $80,000 for teams.