These two months for PUBG mobile fans were full of excitement, as in the previous month PUBG mobile announced some changes to their esports part. From this year they will introduce more tournaments while paying attention to the regional players which will help the pro and beginner players to show their skills.
This month Tencent released the 2023 esports schedule for PUBG mobile which will be going to start from the 15th of February 2023. Tencent has promised that this time the tournament will be more action-packed than the previous year. To add more excitement, they changed the scoring system to a 10-point matrix for PUBG mobile’s 2023 season.
This tournament will be going to be held in 14 regions, adding this the organizer of the tournament expanded its reach to more countries in Southeast Asia through the PMPL Sea Wild Card, which includes the Philippines, Myanmar, Singapore, and Cambodia.
Details Of PUBG Mobile Esports Calendar
The live-action of the PUBG Mobile Pro League is going to start this month in Southeast Asia, followed by the Americas, North Africa, and South Asia in March and Arabia in May. Top teams from the PMPL event will meet again with each other in the regional championship depending on their location.The schedule for the European region is yet to be announced which is divided into Europe and Turkey subdivision.
2023 is going to be big for PUBG mobile esports as they scheduled the PUBG Mobile World Invitation for July which will be going to take place in Riyadh. The top teams from the world including two from SEA, and one from each of South Asia, the Middle East, America, Europe, and Africa will encounter with each other in this mega event.
The fourth edition of the PUBG mobile global championship is scheduled for November and December where 48 teams globally will participate and fight with each other in this tournament.The organizer stated in an interview that fans are going to see 11 squads from Southeast Asia, six from South Asia, six from the Middle East and Africa, and seven each for Europe and America. The remaining slots will be released later. These teams will fight with each other until one of them will be declared as the winner of the tournament in December.
More details for the PUBGM tournament will be out soon
James Yang, director of PUBG mobile global esports, said this regarding the title’s esports schedule for 2023. “Following an excellent start to 2023 with the conclusion of the 2022 PMGC, we’re pleased to share the full schedule of our amazing line-up of pro-tier competitions for this year. From the PMPL which is due to commence later this month, to the PMGC Grand Finals in December, our competitive ecosystem has never been stronger and we can’t wait to see the reaction from our fans.”