PUBG Mobile has announced the first PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC) in the UK, which it says signals its further commitment to expanding the game’s esports ecosystem in the region.
The PMNC 2021 UK will see national rosters will battle it out at the event, with £22,000 up for grabs. Open qualifiers take place from June 4th to 11th.
Teams from the UK, which must consist of a minimum of four players and a maximum of six players from the same country, are invited to sign up and compete online now at https://esports.pubgmobile.com/pmnc/uk. Registrations close on May 24th.
The PMNC United Kingdom 2021 will kick off with eight days of online qualifiers, which will determine the strongest 32 teams that will advance to the group stage.
The top 16 teams from the group stage will advance to three days of finals to crown the best teams in the UK. The best team from PMNC United Kingdom 2021 will advance to the PMPL Western Europe Season 2 which takes place this Autumn, to compete against the best pro teams in the region.
The new tournament series encourages PUBG Mobile players to enter the PUBG MOBILE competitive gaming environment with players fighting it out against the best teams in their country.
PUBG Mobile Esports is hosting various tournaments throughout 2021 in Western Europe with a total prize pool of over $400,000 for the region. The latest ongoing tournament is the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship Western Europe, taking place from April 24th to May 16th, inviting student players from the UK, France and Germany to compete.
The PMNC United Kingdom is sponsored by the official tournament title sponsor Xiaomi.
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