Tencent announces PUBG Mobile World invitational 2021 with a 3M USD charity pool: PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular battle royale mobile games and is known for its esports plans for the pro players. Tencent, the developers of PUBG Mobile introduced PUBG Mobile (PUBGM) World Invitational, the biggest PUBG Mobile tournament this summer. To let you know, A few months ago, Tencent announced the Mid Season Championship set to be held this summer where later the event got canceled due to the Pandemic Effect of Covid-19. The event was originally set to be a LAN event but later publishers decided to host this online.
“ARE YOU READY FOR THE BIGGEST PUBG MOBILE TOURNAMENT THIS SUMMER? PUBG MOBILE WORLD INVITATIONAL will be in action from July 22 to 25! IT’S TIME TO #OWNTHECIRCLE. Powered by GAMERS WITHOUT BORDERS with a 3 million USD charity pool. Official smartphone partner OnePlus & Media Partner Nimo TV.”
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Tencent announces PUBG Mobile World invitational with a 3M USD charity pool
PUBGM World Invitational is the biggest invitational tournament of PUBG Mobile where teams will get invited from all over the world. The event will take place from July 22 to July 25, 2021. All invited teams will be battling for the biggest charity PUBG Mobile tournament. Tencent and Gaming Without Borders are jointly hosting this charity event.
This is not the first time when Gamers Without Borders hosting such a huge charity event. Last year Gamers Without Borders hosted the biggest charity esports event last year with an overall $10,000,000 USD prize pool where the PUBG Mobile event featured a charity prize pool of $1,500,000 USD.
About Gamers Without Borders: No One Left Behind
This gaming festival is featuring different games being played by respective gaming professionals of that field. PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, FIFA 21, Rocket League, Rainbow six: siege, and Counter-Strike: Global offensive are the games that will be played during the event. The entire event will be live-streamed on their official Twitch and Youtube channels named “Gamers without borders” in multiple different languages which cater to the respective audience of various regions. English, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish and French are the languages in which streams are available to watch.