Live on eGG: PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero will see 24 teams shoot for the top.

Live on eGG: PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero will see 24 teams shoot for the top.

Nov 23, 2020 San Joe Kim  

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020), one of the biggest mobile esports tournaments of the year, begins tomorrow on 24 Nov! 24 teams of the worlds sharpest shooters will battle it out for a whopping US$2,000,000! (the highest PUBG Mobile esports prize pool amount to date).

Here are the 24 teams that will be dropping in on-screen:

Group A

  • Aerowolf LIMAX
  • POWER888 KPS
  • Loops Esports
  • Nova Esports
  • Archer Gaming

Group B

  • Secret Jin
  • Abrupt Slayers
  • The Unnamed
  • Klas Digital Athletics
  • Four Angry Men
  • Z3US ESPORTS (PMGC Wildcard)
  • A7 eSports
  • Konina Power

Group C

  • RRQ Athena
  • Execute Esports
  • Natus Vincere
  • Bigetron RA
  • Futbolist
  • Team Secret
  • A1 eSports
  • Elites United Team (Host country team)

Tournament Schedule and Format

Teams will square off over the course of four weeks, with the action being split across two stages each week: League Play and Super Weekend.

The two-day League Play will feature eight matches per day. The top 16 placed teams after each week’s two-day League Play will advance to the three-day Super Weekend. It is only at this stage where championship points are earned that contribute to their PMGC 2020 tournament standings. The League Play results will reset every week, requiring teams to consistently perform to qualify for each week’s Super Weekend.

The top 16 teams with the highest standing points from the Super Weekend will qualify for the Grand Finals that will be held at a later date in 2021. 

Fans can catch all the action from 24 November to 20 December at 7 PM (GMT+8) on eGG Network TV (CH800 for MY viewers). 

For more info on PMGC 2020, fans stay up to date via their official Facebook page. Fans can also check out the PMGC 2020 Liquipedia page for more details.

About San Joe Kim

An otaku that has a soft spot for JRPGs, Joe is a lad that loves just about anything and everything video games. While trying to come to terms with his backlog, Joe spends time writing about various esports alongside some occasional tech stuff. He seems to also be of the opinion that the 2D world is better than the 3D world.


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