PUBG Mobile, one of the world’s largest battle royale games developed by Krafton and Tencent was launched in March 2018 and it became the top-grossing game within a few weeks of launch. PUBG Mobile surpassed 200 Million downloads in Google Play Store and 30 Million, active users, every day. The game surpassed 1 Billion overall downloads earlier this year.
PUBG Mobile is also known for its massive in-game collaborations with top brands like McLaren, Tesla and franchises like Mission Impossible Fallout, Godzilla, Godzilla vs Kingkong, Resident Evil, and much more.
Earlier this week, Krafton announced the return of their massive International PUBG Mobile Esports Circuit tournament, PUBG Mobile World Invitational, an invitational tournament that is the successor to PUBG Mobile Global Championship, the last International PUBG Mobile tournament, which was held in Dubai.
The PMWI (PUBG Mobile World Invitational ) tournament is set to feature the top-tier PUBG Mobile teams from different parts of the world, powered by Gamers without Borders and OnePlus as its official smartphone partner, Nimo TV as the media partner. The tournament roadmap is set to feature two zones, East and West. 16 teams from each zone. A total of 32 teams will be participating in this tournament.
The PMWI will take place from July 22st to July 25 and features a charity prize pool of $3 million US Dollars. This is the highest prize pool for a PUBG Mobile tournament till date. This is a four day long event and it will most likely have 6 matches each day and a total of 24 matches like the PUBG Mobile World League.
PUBG Mobile World Invitational Invited teams:
A1 Esports (Bangladesh)
BigetronRed Aliens (Indonesia)
Blacklist International (Philippines)
DRS Gaming (Nepal)
Fanatic Zombies (United Arab Emirates)
Geek Fam (Malaysia)
Nasr Esports (Jordan)
Natus Vincere (Russia)
Stalwart Esports (Pakistan)
Team Myths (Algeria)
YallaEsports (Saudi Arabia)
Zeus esports (Mongolia)