Earlier this month, Krafton announced an invitational charity tournament which is said to be the successor of the PUBG Mobile World League. It was titled as PUBG Mobile World Invitational, powered by Gamers without Borders and OnePlus as its official smartphone partner, Nimo TV as the media partner.
PMWI tournament went live on July 22nd and concluded on the 25th of July. This tournament featured a charity prize pool of $3 million US Dollars. The winning team can donate their share of the prize pool to the charity of their wish.
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32 top-tier PUBG Mobile teams from different parts of the world were invited to this tournament. Due to the global pandemic, the event was held online. The tournament was divided into two zones, East and West. 16 teams in each zone.
After the first successful edition of the PUBG Mobile Grand Championship, Krafton announced the second edition of PMGC the day before yesterday with a jaw-dropping prize pool of $6 Million US Dollars. This is the highest prize pool ever for a PUBG Mobile tournament.
After four days of Intense action, The Brazilian esports organization, Alpha 7 Esports bagged the PMWI West Champions title with a total of 251 points while getting 4 chicken dinners. Konina power ended up as the runner-up of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational: West by securing 227 points.
PMWI 2021 West: Overall Standings:
1st Place – Alpha 7 Esports – 251 Points
2nd Place – Konina Power – 227 Points
3rd Place – Next Ruya Gaming – 213 Points
4th Place – Road To Glory Esports – 207 Points
5th Place – Ghost Gaming – 180 Points
6th Place – 19esports – 169 Points
7th Place – Chivas Esports – 158 Points
8th Place – Destiny – 149 Points
9th Place – Gunz Esports -141 Points
10th Place – RA’AD – 117 Points
11th Place – Team Queso – 113 Points
12th Place – QLASH – 106 Points
13th Place – UDR Killers – 103 Points
14th Place – Lakonostra MVP – 89 Points
15th Place – Team Onyx – 86 Points
16th Place – GODSENT – 83 Points