PUBG Mobile Fall Split Global Finals Set For November In Kuala Lumpur

Tournament all set for November.
Tournament all set for November. PUBG

PUBG Mobile announced that the Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals will take place at the end of November and will be held in Kuala Lumpur. This tournament marks the end of a year-long competition of semi-pro and pro teams. Up for grabs is a prize pool amounting to $2.5 million. Preliminary matches are scheduled for November 23, with the main competition starting on November 29.

This tournament follows the success of the Club Open 2019 Spring Split. Both players and fans can expect some changes based on improvements made to PUBG Mobile. One big update is the change of regional designations. The India region, for instance, now includes South Asia with countries like Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, among others. The Middle East and North Africa regions have been merged and are now designated as MENA.

The tournament format has been improved as well. Both the Prelims and Finals are going to feature a revamped point system. According to PUBG Mobile, the new system brings out more accurate balances when it comes to survival ranks as well as kills.

Qualifiers for the Fall Split Global Finals are scheduled to occur in September and run all the way to October. Prelims begin November 23 and end November 25. The Global Finals start November 29, with the matches going until December 1.

The PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 is a way of giving semi-pro clubs the chance to become esports professionals. The last tournament was the Spring Split Global Finals with Chinese team TOP Esports taking home the $180,000 Grand Prize. PUBG Mobile's official stream during this tournament reported 247 million views with 27.4 million total watch hours. This does not include platforms in China.

The PUBG Mobile Club Open has Vivo as its official title sponsor. The company provide players with smartphones during the competition. Vivo owns and operates a network of research operations, with Research and Development centers located in San Diego, Shenzhen, Nanjing, Beijing, Hangzhou and Taipei.

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