Right on the heels of the Wild Rift SEA Pentaboom Showdown, the Wild Rift hype train continues chugging with the Creators Collision All-Star Wild Rift Tournament. Featuring your favourite Facebook Gaming Creators like Soloz, Ream Angkor and Daddy Hood, the series comprises two parts: the Underground Fans challenge, where two teams of top fans will be competing against another two teams of Creators and win as many matches as they can (each rewards RM1,000!); and the main event, where eight teams of Facebook Gaming streamers will face each other in a randomly seeded, double-elimination tournament for a slice of the RM60,000 prize pool.
The next generation of PUBG Mobile esports professionals will be duking it out in PCC 2020 for the RM15,000 total prize pool. More interestingly enough, the championship is split into the Ladies Division and Mixed Division, so more power to women players! Though separate from each other in the qualifiers and Play-offs (which the top 16 of the qualifiers progress to), the top 8 teams from each play-offs will combine as the final 16 teams to advance to the Grand Finals.
Watch the PCC 2020 Play-offs on 26 – 27 December, 12.30PM daily LIVE at the PUBG MOBILE & PUBG Mobile Esports Malaysia official Facebook pages. The Grand Finals will conclude the series on 2 and 3 January next year.
Date: 25 December (Full timings).
Where to watch: eGG Network.
Just when the holidays in PUBG Mobile is already so festive with the Frost Festival update, Tencent gave us another Christmas present with the return of the PUBG MOBILE Community Cup 2020 (PCC 2020) in its third edition.
Targeted at aspiring PUBG Mobile professionals, PCC 2020 is a truly Malaysian tournament that comprises stages: the qualifiers, Play-offs, and Grand Finals. Plus, PCC 2020 marks the debut of a new format that breaks down the series into two divisions: the Ladies Division and Mixed Division. Though separate from each other in the qualifiers and Play-offs (which the top 16 of the qualifiers progress to), the top 8 teams from each play-offs will combine as the final 16 teams to advance to the Grand Finals.
PCC 2020 will feature a RM15,000 total prize pool, with the Play-offs happening this weekend (26 - 27 December) at 12.30PM daily, followed by the Grand Finals from 2 - 3 January next year. Fret not if you're not competing - a multitude of community activities will be held during the competition to keep you as involved as possible in PCC 2020's esports thrills.