The online entertainment sector and mobile games are blowing up the charts every month during the lockdown. One of the most popular game, PUBG Mobile has seen a huge spike in the number of players during this time. According to data, over 22 Lakh people in India played PUBG during the initial months of the lockdown and is still increasing.
To keep up with the spike in number of players and the interest of its players alive, Tencent has come up with another tournament i.e., The PUBG MOBILE CAMPUS CHAMPIONSHIP, 2020 (PMCC 2020) though the ongoing PMCO Fall Split South Asia hasn’t finished yet. After the huge success pf PUBG Mobile Lite Championship, 2020 and the Battle of the Championship a month ago, this news of another championship tournament has made the craze of its fans to another level.
All you need to know about PUBG Mobile Campus Championship, 2020
- Officials have released the name and logo of the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship 2020.
- No description has been released, the news has only been announced on its social media handles with its name and logo.
- As the name suggests the target audience will be college students.
- Information regarding the format, prize pool, schedule and registration process is yet to be announced.
- PUBG Mobile Campus Championship, 2020 will be the second edition after The first Maiden PUBG Mobile Campus Championship, 2018 which has been a great success.
- The first edition of the PMCC was also the first ever Local Area Network Tournament for the game in India.
- The event in 2018 witnessed a total of 2,50,000 registrations from 1,000 colleges and 30 cities. The qualification and eliminations rounds lasted for 12 days and 20 teams survived to fight the semifinals.
- The prize pool for the championship was 50,00,000 INR.
- The local area network tournament took place in Bengaluru. The winning team was ‘The Terrifying Nightmares’ who took home a cash reward of 50,00,000 INR.
- Eleen Raj from Team NSD was declared the MVP of The PUBG Mobile Campus Championship.
- Hardeep Singh from R4W Official was declared the Medic.
- Jatin Gupta from the team 6ix9ine was declared the Lone Ragerfor securing the highest number of kills in a game.
The PUBG Mobile Campus Championship 2020 is meant to provide an opportunity for the gamer students and is expected to break the record of all times.