PUBG Mobile India Series Announced With A Prize Pool Of 1 Crore

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PUBG has a huge fan base in India and the game has grown even bigger since the arrival of the game on the mobile platform. Now, Playerunknown’s Battleground has announced a tournament for all the mobile PUBG players in India. The competition has a prize pool of 1 Crore Indian rupees.

How To Register?

The registrations will be open till 23 January. All you need to do is verify your email id after you click on “Register Now” button. Once you have verified your email, you will need to fill up a registration form. After that you can choose to join or create a squad of a minimum of 4 members. You can join a squad using the squad ID or you can use the “Create Squad” button to create one on your own. 


The schedule for the tournament are as follows: 

Registration 9 January – 23 January
Online In-Game Qualifier 21 January – 27 January
Online Playoff’s 10 February – 24 February
Grand Finals March – Exact Dates TBD


Every participant who decides to participate in this tournament must be an Indian resident and have their own devices. PUBG has also said that during the In-game Qualifier and Online Playoffs, the players are expected to use their own devices without any emulators, hacks and any other 3rd party software/tool. For the Grand Finals, devices will be provided to the players by the organisers. Tencent Games has also said in the tournament page that all players must install the newest version of the game in order to participate in PUBGM India Series. 


In Round 1, the Top 2000 Squads are seeded into 100 groups with each group consisting of 20 squads. For Round 2, the top 400 squads from Round 1 will be seeded into 20 groups again, with each group consisting of 20 squads. In Round 3, the top 80 squads from Round 2 will be seeded into 4 groups, each consisting 20 squads. 

Also Read: PUBG Mobile: Tips And Tricks To Become An Ace Player

The server region for the tournament is Asia and the camera mode is TPP- Third person. You can read more about the rules of the tournament in full HERE


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