PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 League Stage Details Officially Announced

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PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021: Format, Teams, Prize Pool, Full Details Revealed

John Dave Rossel
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Highlights
The PMGC League 2021 will kick off on 30th Nov 2021 and will feature the top 40 PUBG Mobile teams from the eastern and western regions competing over the course of three weeks.
The top 16 teams from the league stage will then proceed to the PMGC East and PMGC West Finals 2021, scheduled to take place on 22nd December 2021.
Fans can tune in to the action through a live broadcast on the official YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile.

The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021, one of the most prestigious esports events for the mobile Battle Royale title, has been officially announced boasting a massive $6 million USD prize pool. The PMGC League 2021 will kick off on 30th Nov 2021 and will feature the top 40 PUBG Mobile teams from the eastern and western regions competing over the course of three weeks. The top 16 teams from the league stage will then proceed to the PMGC East and PMGC West Finals 2021, which is scheduled to take place on 22nd December 2021, where they will compete for a spot in the PMGC 2021 Grand Finals.

PMGC League 2021 Format

The format and the prize pool for the PMGC 2021 have been officially revealed. The tournament is scheduled to kick off with the league stage on 30th November 2021 and features a $6 million USD prize pool which will be split between each stage of the tournament.

Split into East and West divisions, the PMGC League 2021 will see the top 40 teams from across the world competing in their respective regions. Running across three weeks, the PMGC League 2021 will host matches on Tuesday and Wednesday before heading to Super Weekends where the top 16 teams of each week will fight to earn Championship Points.

The top 16 teams with the most amount of points earned will book a spot in the PMGC East Finals 2021 and PMGC West Finals 2021. These finals will take place from 22nd December and will last until 24th December with up to six matches per day. The top teams will proceed to the PMGC 2021 Grand Finals.

The PMGC 2021 League format

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PMGC League 2021 participating teams

Listed ahead are the teams competing in the upcoming tournament;

PMGC League 2021 - East Teams

  • FaZe Clan - SEA Championship S4 League

  • Tong Jia Bao Esports - Peace Elite Championship

  • Genesis Dogma GIDS - PMPL Indonesia

  • The Infinity - PMPL Thailand

  • Team Secret - PMPL MY/SG

  • D’Xavier - PMPL Vietnam

  • Nigma Galaxy - PMPL Arabia

  • DRS GAMING - PMPL South Asia

  • Hidden - Winners of Pro Series S2

  • REJECT - Winners of Japan League S1

  • TBC - SEA Championship S4 Finals x3

  • TBC - MENA & SA Championship x4

  • TBC - PEL Points x2

  • TBC - Winners of Rivals Cup

PMGC League 2021 - West Teams

  • Ghost Gaming - PMPL North America

  • Furious Gaming - PMPL LATAM

  • A7 eSports - PMPL Brazil

  • Natus Vincere - PMPL CIS

  • Next Rüya Gaming - PMPL Turkey

  • Unicorn of Love - PMPL Western Europe

  • TBC - Americas Championship x7

  • TBC - European Championship x7

It is important to note that the full list of participating teams is yet to be finalized. A lot of the teams are to be confirmed (TBC). Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for upcoming updates.

PMGC 2021 Prize Pool Distribution

The $6 million USD prize pool will be split between stages. The PMGL League will have a $1,470,000 USD prize pool. A $725,00 USD prize pool will be awarded across the PMGC West 2021 tournaments and the PMGC East 2021 tournaments will have over $20,000 USD worth of individual rewards up for grabs.

Where to watch the PMGC League 2021

Fans can tune in to the action through a live broadcast on the official YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile. Broadcast schedules are 7 PM (GMT+8) for PMGC East 2021 and 2 AM (GMT+8) for PMGC West 2021.

It will be interesting to see which of the participating teams will dominate the tournament and proceed to the PMGC 2021 Grand Finals.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.