PUBG Mobile Esports 2023 Roadmap: Check all details about PMPL 2023, Regional Championships, PMWI 2023, and PMGC 2023 – PUBG MOBILE is pleased to today unveil details of the PUBG MOBILE Esports schedule for 2023. Fans now know when they can expect to catch the action from the title’s two global competitions the PUBG MOBILE World Invitational (PMWI) and PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC), as well as its newly-expanded PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL). Looking to the future, PUBG MOBILE will also soon be revealing details on its highly anticipated partner league for Southeast Asia, taking the regional championship to the next level through partnership with pro teams.
2023 PMPL ID SPRING features a prize pool of $80,000 USD Only.
Last season featured a $150,000 USD Prizepool.
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Commencing later this month is the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL), with its Southeast Asia division kicking things off in February and running until the end of the month.
PMPL REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
PMPL will then host the Americas Championship, which kicks off with its North American division in March, closing out in April, followed by Brazil and Latin American subregions from March to May. Running alongside these events is the Africa subdivision of the Pro League Middle East & Africa Championship which is scheduled for March to April and the Arabia subdivision, which will run from May to June. The European Championship, featuring subdivisions Türkiye and Europe is also set to kick off this year, with dates to be announced soon.
PUBG MOBILE REGIONAL CLASH
PUBG MOBILE Regional Clash has also increased in scale for 2023. The series allows fans to witness their favorite regional teams go head-to-head outside of PUBG MOBILE Esports’ global tournaments.
PMWI 2023 AND PMGC 2023: DETAILS
2023 will also see changes to the pinnacle global events in PUBG MOBILE Esports, with more details to be revealed soon. PMWI returns, held in Riyadh in July, where the competition once again will see top teams around the world including the 2 strongest teams of SEA, 1 team each from South Asia, the Middle East & Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
Closing out the year will be the PMGC, PUBG MOBILE’s premier tournament. The competition will start with the PMGC League, running from November to December, before concluding in dramatic fashion with the top teams moving through to the Grand Finals later in December. PMGC will feature 48 teams, including 11 from Southeast Asia, 6 from South Asia, 6 from the Middle East & Africa, 7 from Europe, and 7 from the Americas. The rest of the slot allocation and tournament format for PMWI and PMGC will be announced soon.
“Following an excellent start to 2023 with the conclusion of the 2022 PMGC, we’re pleased to share the full schedule of our amazing line-up of pro-tier competitions for this year,” said James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports. “From the PMPL which is due to commence later this month, to the PMGC Grand Finals in December, our competitive ecosystem has never been stronger and we can’t wait to see the reaction from our fans.”
The announcement of the full 2023 pro schedule follows after a series of major changes were announced earlier this year to the PUBG MOBILE esports program. It was revealed that the PMPL would be expanded through the introduction of a SEA Wild Card (PH/KH/MM/SG), which covers the Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Singapore regions. It was also detailed that PUBG MOBILE Esport’s official tournaments will be transitioning to a 10-point system in order to make the competition more exciting and competitive.
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