Aspiring PUBG Mobile players have had plenty of opportunities to put their skills to the test all year round, but their biggest challenge yet is about to begin. Yoodo announced today, along with its newly minted partnership with Mission Foods, that the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship (PMCC) 2021 will be kicking off next week - first, the competitors have to be decided.

Over a thousand college and university students have signed up for the qualifiers which started last week, to try their luck at getting a spot in the league. Borneo and East Malaysia qualifiers have already been completed, while North, South and Central Malaysia will be played out in the coming days. On 13-14 November, all the qualified teams will be taking part in the PMCC League stage to qualify for the Grand Finals on 20-21 November.

There will be an RM60,000 prize pool to split, and an automatic wild card entry into the PUBG Mobile National Championship 2022 to fight for - among other things like Yoodo credits and exclusive merchandise. The grand finals will be streamed live on the Yoodo Esports Facebook Page, so stay tuned for that. At the moment, it wasn't mentioned what the Yoodo-Mission Foods collaboration will bring, but the latter have put up a teaser on their Facebook Page. I'd say we can expect some tortilla-related tie-ins coming to PUBG Mobile.

The Grand Finals results of the PUBG MOBILE Campus Championship (PMCC), presented by Yoodo ended in the most unique fashion. MSU Kuda Esports from Management and Science University, Selangor emerge as the champions without a single Winner Winner Chicken Dinner to their name! Their patient and calculated plays earned just the right amount of points to stay on top at the very end. They earn themselves a direct invitational slot to the PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC) in 2021, as well as RM20,000 to boot. Teams TFES MIAT from Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology and TRIDON from University Universiti Teknologi MARA Kampus Pasir Gudang, Johor managed to come in second and third respectively after the intense 3-day Grand Final. 

The Top 3 placed teams of PMCC 2020 (MY)

Placements of teams and prize distribution

1st Place - RM20,000

2nd Place - RM10,000

3rd Place - RM6,000

4th Place - RM3,000

5th to 9th Place - RM2,000

10th to 16th Place - RM1,000

17th to 20th Place - RM750

It's worth noting that this edition of the PMCC featured a caster search competition. Two young individuals - Topcast and Kyrul emerged as winners as a result of impressive commentary during the tryout session at the Regional Finals. Both casters managed to share the limelight with seasoned casters Emi and Soultann during the Grand Finals.

Fans who missed out on the action can check out the full match replays down below:

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Be sure to keep an eye out for MSU Kuda Esports when they go up against some of the big boys in PMNC in 2021! Stay tuned to eGG Network for the latest news and updates on PUBG Mobile esports!

Craving for more PUBG Mobile esports? Fans can check out the PUBG MOBILE Campus Championship (PMCC) Grand Finals, presented by Yoodo, this 27 - 29 November! The 3-day varsity student-focused event will feature twenty teams across five Malaysian regions that will fiercely compete for an RM60,000 prize pool. Winners will also earn a coveted slot to the PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC) in 2021. 

Tournament schedule:

Day 1 (27 November)

Day 2 (28 November)

Day 3 (29 November)

Participating teams:

As an added bonus, fans will also be treated to showmatches on Day 2 and 3 respectively that include: a Solo King showmatch that features Yoodo Gank’s Draxx and a PMCC Grand Final showmatch that features Elizabeth Tan, MasterRamen, JHunter, Intan Serah, Afiq, Zahiril Azim as well as players from Yoodo Gank & Geek Fam. 

Fans can stay up to date on all the updates and catch the teams in action LIVE via PUBG MOBILE’s & Yoodo Esports’ pages.

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