PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021 Theme Song "Breathing Flame" Revealed
Tencent revealed the official theme song of the upcoming PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2021 which will be held on 22nd July 2021. The official music video titled “Breathing Flame,” has been uploaded on the YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile Esports on 21st July 2021, and invokes the message that you are never alone on the battlefield and you will never lose until you quit. The upcoming invitational event will feature the best PUBG Mobile teams from different regions competing for the lion’s share of the $3,160,000 USD prize pool. The event will also serve as a charity event to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to underdeveloped countries.
PMWI Theme Song "Breathing Flame" Revealed
The official YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile Esports has posted a music video for the upcoming PUBG Mobile World Invitational event, with the caption, “There's a fire in my heart, yeah it burns for the game we play.” The artist of the song is yet to be revealed.
The music video features the two sides of every esports event, the glory of the winning side, and the disappointment that the losing side may have felt. The message of the song implies that losing does not always mean it’s over. What matters is that you keep your passion burning.
The upcoming PMWI 2021, sponsored by Gamers Without Borders, will feature the best teams from the Eastern and Western regions. Each region will hold 16 teams that will be competing for the prize pool of $3,160,000 USD.
Gamers Without Borders is a charity esports event by the Saudi Arabian Federation for Electronic and Intellectual Sports (SAFEIS) and ESL. A portion of the prize money from the PMWI 2021 will be donated to different charities to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to underdeveloped countries.
“Following the success of the World League and the PUBG Mobile Global Championship in 2020, I am excited to share that we are yet again expanding our global tournament offering with the World Invitational,” stated PUBG Mobile global esports director, James Yang, as quoted by . “We are dedicated alongside Gamers Without Borders to continuing the fight against COVID so are thrilled to announce the $3 million charity donation being made as part of the tournament.”
Fans can tune in to the action on the official YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch handles of PUBG Mobile Esports. The PMWI 2021: East will begin at 5 AM (CT) while the PMWI West will kick off on 22nd July 2021, at 9:30 AM (CT) each day for four days.