PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) is back! PUBG Mobile announced that PMCO 2020 Fall Split will open on June 24, 2020. This announcement was made by Mr. James Yang, Global eSports Director, PUBG Mobile, after announcing PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Season Zero.
Prior to this announcement about the registrations of PMCO 2020 Fall Split, Mr. Yang talked about the effect of COVID-19 and explained the changes that were made to this season and format for the tournament to be held. The previous edition of PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) was won by a team from China called Top Esports. They won prize money of $180,000 along with a trophy. Team Soul was the only Indian team, finished 12th but their team member Mortal won the PMCO website Fan Favourite Player award.
PUBG has started its registration for its most-awaited tournament and offers a massive prize pool of $1,000,000 and players can register with their squad by July 12, 2020. The PMCO 2020 will follow a similar format to the Spring Split. The tournament starts from the in-game Qualifiers leading to PUBG Mobile World League 2020, setting the stage for PUBG Mobile World Championship.
Registration (24th June – 12th July)
The squad needs to register for PMCO 2020 under the region their country falls in. The participants should at least be of the age of 16 or above and must be ranked Platinum or above at the time of registration.
The regions from where the squads can register themselves include India, South Asia, Pakistan, Europe, Middle East & Africa, North America, Brazil, Turkey, Germany, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and more. Note that registration Details for Hong Kong, China and Macau, China regions are yet to be announced officially. They are going to be announced from the official Facebook account of PUBG Mobile.
Online Qualifiers (17th July – 27th July)
Once you have registered for the tournament, your teams will have to complete in the in-game Qualifiers. You play at least eight games and a maximum of 32 games, with a minimum of two games on each of Sanhok, Erangel, Vikendi and Miramar. The top games from each map move ahead, meaning a total of eight teams will be considered for the final standings. The top team will qualify to the Group Stage of PMCO.
Regional Group Stage (August 2020)
At this stage, PMCO 2020 will feature the top teams from the qualifiers of the previous round, and PMCO Fall Split 2020 Regional Finals. A total number of 32 teams will fight against each other in the group stage, and the top 24 teams will proceed to the next round, i.e. Regional Semi-finals. PMCO 2020 Fall Split will contain more regions in comparison to PMCO 2019 Fall Split and additional slots will be added during online qualifiers.
Regional Semi-Finals (August 2020)
The qualified teams from the regional group stage of PMCO 2020 will fight for a place in the Regional Finals. The teams with the most number of points get a ticket for the PMCO Fall Split Regional Finals 2020.
Regional Finals (September 2020)
The teams that were on the top of the points table of the Regional Semi-Finals will fight against each other in the PMCO Fall Split Regional Finals 2020. The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) 2020 will also be held in the regions of South Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa before teams go to PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) 2020. The top teams from other regions will directly proceed to PMWL 2020.
And for more information or if you want to register, you need to visit their website. That’s where you need to be spending your time right now, and we hope you get your Chicken Dinner.
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