PUBG Mobile Roadmap global Esports for 2022 revealed

PUBG Mobile today unveiled the title’s Esports roadmap through 2022. Tencent’s director of Esports, James Yang, introduced the new roadmap, dubbed PUBG Mobile Esports 2.0, on the opening day of the Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 Finals.

The new roadmap made several adjustments to the current system, concentrating more on amateur and grassroots components through regional and national tournaments.

PUBG Mobile Roadmap global Esports for 2022 revealed: The Club Open, also known as the PMCO, and other PUBG Mobile IPs such as the PMCC (Campus Championships) and PMNC (Regional and National Championships), will serve as stepping stones towards the PMPL (Pro Leagues). Furthermore, big third-party events will act as qualifying grounds for PMNC.

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As part of the shift, PMCO will no longer grant PMPL qualifying; instead, teams playing in PMCO will have to first compete in PMNC and other regional competitions. The PMNC will thereafter act as a stepping stone to qualification for the 2023 PMPL.

New 2022 PMCO has been implement on a much higher and more regional basis. The following are the PMCO that will take place in 2022:


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  1. PMCO: South America
  2. PMCO: Europe
  3. PMCO: Asia
  4. PMCO: Middle East
  5. PMCO: Africa

Tencent intends to launch PMNC in 11 countries and regional cups in eight locations across the world beginning in 2022.

Pro Circuit alterations: PMPL that are now operating under the EMEA, MENA, and SA brands will be renamed PMPL Europe, South Asia, and Middle East & Africa.

The majority of the pro circuit will continue to operate as currently, although pro leagues (PMPL) have been launched to Pakistan and Africa. Aside from that, the spring season will last from January to June, while the fall season will last from July to November. The Mid Season Championship (MSC) and the PMGC 2022 will be held between and at the conclusion of the splits, respectively.

PUBG Mobile has been included as a medal sport to this year’s SEA Games and Asian Games, which will be held in May and September, respectively. Players will have the opportunity to represent their country at the greatest level imaginable.

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Franchise League for the Southeast Asia region: James Yang also announced the launch of PUBG Mobile Franchise Leagues for the Southeast Asia area, which will begin in the second part of this year. “PUBG MOBILE” now operates Franchise leagues in China and Japan.

Overall, the future appears to be pretty robust and will contribute to the new global strength of the PUBG MOBILE Esports ecosystem.


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