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PUBG Mobile Reveals 2022 Esports Plans, Will introduce new Leagues and Spotlight Star Teams and Players

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PUBG MOBILE today reveals the changes coming to PUBG MOBILE esports in 2022, which will include a new look for PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL), the introduction of new regions across the PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) and PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC) providing a competitive shift. PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile 2022 Esports Plans, PUBG Mobile Esports, PUBGM Esports Plans

The PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) will take on an exciting new format going forward with a 1-year-cycle instead of seasonal relegation. The PMPL will also see a change in regions with EMEA and MENA & SA regions now being classed as EuropeSouth Asia and Middle East & Africa. As part of the changes, PMPL Africa and PMPL Pakistan will be introduced, bringing PMPL to more regions than ever before. The PMPL will also see three broadcasts per week, in regions not participating in Asian Games, keeping fans in the loop with all the explosive action while delivering even more broadcast days.

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PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) will see drastic changes as well, switching to regional Amateur & Semi-Pro competition with: PMCO South AmericaPMCO EuropePMCO AfricaPMCO Middle East and PMCO AsiaPMCO will see an ecosystem shift with the PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC) now becoming the gateway to PMPLPMCO teams will no longer be promoted directly to PMPL but instead compete through PMNC and PMNC Regional Cup with a chance to reach PMPL in 2023. Amateur & Semi-Pro teams will be able to freely compete in PUBG MOBILE Esports authorised events throughout the year to qualify for PMNC at the end of the year. The changes have been made to empower regions and allow a wider range of competitions to feed into the PMPLs.

“2021 was an extraordinary year for us, continuing with the expansion of our amateur to pro ecosystem, and being able to offer one of the highest prize pools in mobile esports history to competing teams,” said James Yang, Director of PUBG MOBILE Global Esports. “In 2022, we want to continue highlighting our amazing teams and players, and showcase the talent PUBG MOBILE has brought to the mobile esports scene. Looking ahead, there’s a lot to be excited for with new tournaments and regions joining us. I couldn’t be more excited for what’s ahead.”

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PUBG MOBILE is based on PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS, the phenomenon that took the world of interactive entertainment by storm in 2017. Up to 100 players parachute onto a remote island to battle in a winner-takes-all showdown. Players must locate and scavenge their own weapons, vehicles and supplies, and defeat every player in a visually and tactically rich battleground that forces players into a shrinking play zone.

For more information, please visit the official PUBG MOBILE social channels on Facebook, InstagramTwitter and YouTube.

PUBG MOBILE is available to download for free on the App Store and Google Play Store.

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