PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile launches global tournament

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A $600,000 prize pool is up for grabs in the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge.

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Squads from across Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Japan/Korea and China will battle it out for a share of the hefty $600,000 prize pool. And the finals will happen in Dubai in the end of 2018.

The ‘PUBG MOBILE STAR CHALLENGE' with title sponsorship of Samsung Galaxy Note9 is bringing celebrities, professional gamers, and internet personalities together for the first-ever championship series. Also, PUBG MOBILE is now available to be downloaded in Samsung Galaxy Apps. To participate, a player must have more than 1,000 fans or followers across specified streaming platforms but can form a squad of up to three other players with no requirements. Participants registration already ended in Sept. 10 and we received more than 15,000 teams applied for qualification to PMSC. Full details can be found here.

The top 20 teams from each of the six regions will move on to the qualifier rounds of the ‘PUBG MOBILE STAR CHALLENGE,' and then to the global finals. Global and regional winners will split the $600,000 prize pool as follows:

· Global Final Champion: $200,000 USD
· Runner-up: $100,000 USD
· 3rd Place: $50,000 USD
· Regional Final Champion: $20,000 USD
· Regional Runner-up: $15,000 USD
· 3rd Place: $10,000 USD

In addition to cash prizes, winners will become an official PUBG MOBILE partnered content creator, gaining access to promotional resources for streaming PUBG MOBILE.

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