PMGC 2023: Qualified Teams, Schedule, Format, Prize Pool & Where to Watch
PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) is the final event of the PUBG Mobile tournaments circuit where international teams compete with each other for a massive prize pool.
The International season has ended and several teams from all over the world have secured their spot in the event through various qualifying events. The schedule, prize pool, dates and how fans will be able to watch the tournament has also been revealed.
PMGC 2023 Qualified Teams
The PMGC 2023 event is set to take place from 2nd November to 10th December in Istanbul at Ülker Sports and Event Hall. A total of 50 teams will be participating in the event, of which 48 teams shall be playing the League Stages and 2 teams have been directly invited to the Grand Finals. The prize pool for the event is a massive $3 Million USD.
These are the teams that have qualified for the PMGC 2023 League Stages, classified as per their respective groups:
Xerxia Esports (SEA Super League).
Alter Ego Ares (SEA Super League).
Alpha7 Esports (Americas Championship).
Melise Esports (European Championship).
MadBulls Esports (Europe Points).
Falcon White (Africa Points).
AgonxI8 Esports (Pakistan Points).
Reject (Japan League).
Persija Evos (Indonesia Points).
D’Xavier (Vietnam Points).
Loops (Brazil points).
BRA Esports (European Championship).
Quest Esports (MEA Championship).
Stalwart Esports (South Asia Points).
TIANBA (PEL Points).
Gaimin Gladiators (Special Invite #2).
Faze Clan (SEA Super League).
Morph GPX (SEA Super League).
iNCO Gaming (Americas Championship).
N Hyper Esports (North America Points).
Next Ruya (Turkiye Points).
Nigma Galaxy (Arabia Points).
Seventh Element (South Asia Championship).
Duksan Esports (Pro Series Korea S3).
Hail Esports (PMWI Special Invite).
Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia Points).
Intense game (Americas Championship).
Konina Power (European Championship).
NASR Esports 9MEa Championship).
NB Esports (South Asia Championship).
Six Two Eight (PEL Qualifier).
Nongshim RedForce (Rivals Cup).
Vampire Esports (Thailand Points).
SEM9 (SEA Super League).
Influence Rage (Americas Championship).
Major Pride (European Championship).
Brute Force (MEA Championship).
IHC Esports (South Asia Championship).
Team Weibo (PEL Points).
BEENO Storm (Japan League).
Bigetron Red Villains (SEA Super League).
Genesis Esports (SEA Wildcard Points).
Team Queso (LATAM Points).
De Muerte European Championship).
RUKH Esports (MEA Championship).
4Merical Vibes (South Asia Championship).
Dplus (Korea Points).
DRS Gaming (Special Invite #1).
These are the teams that have been invited directly to the Grand Finals:
S2G Esports (Host Country).
Titan Esports Club (PEL Points).
PMGC 2023 Format
League Stage: 2nd to 26th November.
Group Stage: The Group Stage will be played from 2nd to 19th November. The 48 teams will be divided into 3 groups of 16. Each group will play in a certain week for four days. Each day will consist of 6 matches with a total of 24 matches for each group. The top 3 teams from each group will proceed to the Grand Finals and teams placed from 4th to 11th will advance to the Survival Stage. The bottom 5 teams will be eliminated from the event.
Survival Stage: The Survival Stage will be played from 22nd to 24th November. The 24 teams will be divided into 3 groups of 8 and will play in the round robin format. Each group will play 6 matches every day for 3 days with a total of 18 matches. The top 16 teams will advance to the Last Chance stage and the remaining 8 will be eliminated from the event.
Last Chance: The 16 teams participating in the Last Chance stage will play 12 matches on 25th and 26th November. The top 5 teams will advance to the Grand Finals and the remaining 11 teams shall be eliminated from the event.
Grand Finals: The Grand Finals will be held from 8th to 10th December. The 14 teams that qualify from the Group Stage and 2 directly invited teams will play 18 matches across three days.
Where to watch PMGC 2023
The PMGC 2023 event will be live streamed on three platforms, Twitch, Youtube and Facebook. People who are interested can watch the live streams here: , , .
The PMGC 2023 event is a very long event and teams will be hoping to gain momentum from the start of the tournament to put forth good performances in the Grand Finals.