PUBG Mobile Club Open 2020 Spring Split Is Here

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The PUBG Mobile Club Open 2020 Spring Split has officially started, with the online qualifiers boasting of at least 42,000 teams battling it out to find out who is the best. Group Stage matches in the South Asia and India regions have started already, with other regions set to follow. Matches are going to last until March.

The large number of teams is mainly thanks to PMCO 2020 being able to include more countries and regions than before. The Group Stage schedule is:

  • India and South Asia
    • February 7 - February 12
  • Brazil and Latin America
    • February 10 - February 15
  • Pakistan and Wild Card
    • February 19 - February 21
    • February 24 - February 26
  • North America and Middle East & Africa
    • February 18 - February 23
  • Russia, CIS, Germany, and Iraq
    • March 3 - March 8
  • Europe, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia
    • March 17 - March 22

PMCO is a competition that offers players from amateur, semi-pro, and professional levels the chance to start their esports career. The top teams in the tournament get the opportunity to qualify for other high tier events like the PUBG Mobile Pro Leagues (PMPL) and PUBG Mobile World Leagues (PMWL). They may even get to be part of the PUBG Mobile World Championship (PMWC), if they prove that they're good enough. Aside from being named as the best team in the world, there also a $5 million prize pool that's up for grabs.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, or PUBG, is an online multiplayer battle royale game said to have ben inspired by the movie Battle Royale. The game has a maximum of 100 players being parachuted to an island where they then scavenge for weapons and equipment and try to survive. To ensure that the game doesn't last too long, the size of the safe area decreases over time. This results in players being placed in tighter areas and thus forcing more fights. The last team or player standing wins.

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