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PUBG Mobile is quickly becoming an esport to watch and this year’s PUBG Mobile Global Championship is sure to be a banger.

The top PUBG Mobile teams in the world will be facing off for the title of champion at the PMGC later this year. From November to December, the competition will be held in Turkey for the first time. This is due to the country’s sudden interest in the esport after S2G Esports, a team from Turkey, won the Championship last year.

If you want to tune in for the action, here’s everything you need to know.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Schedule

There is currently no specific date for PUBG Mobile but it will be starting sometime in November and concluding by the end of December. It will take place in Turkey the entire time.

There will be a long League portion with 48 teams. The specifics of the format have not been announced just yet. The three top teams from the season will be invited to the Grand Finals along with the 13 best teams from the League.

This is very similar to past PMGC events, so you can probably expect the format and structure to be similar as well.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Teams

The 48 total teams will be determined based on the outcomes of a variety of regional competitions throughout the year. The five major regions include:

  • SEA
  • Europe
  • Americas
  • Middle East
  • Africa

The teams have not been announced just yet but expect to see teams that got the most points in their region as well as placed at the top of the Championship. There are also “special invite” slots.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship How to Watch

The Championship will be broadcast on the official PUBG Mobile channels on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook. There will also be PUBG streamers co-streaming the event, although no names have been announced just yet.

Last year’s livestreamed Championship had a peak viewership of 852,000 viewers, according to Esports Charts. That happened during the finals where SG2 Esports came out on top, making it the fifth-most viewed PUBG Mobile event in history.

The entire tournament had a total of 27.3 million hours watched. This showed that the mobile esport had a lot of promise and potential as a top competitor in the industry.

Fans are expecting an even bigger turnout for this year’s Championship.