PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero
The world’s biggest PUBG Mobile esports event is finally here! 24 top teams across the globe will be battling each other for fame and fortune, starting with the first phase of League Stage before the top 16 advances to the Grand Finals. With the largest PUBG Mobile total prize pool of US$2 million and the world’s best team title on the line, expect nothing but the best PUBG Mobile action right here on PMGC 2020.
More info: All you need to know about PMGC 2020 so far
PMGC 2020 League Stage begins 24 November, with matches happening every Tuesday and Wednesday (Super Weekend qualifiers) and Friday to Sunday (Super Weekend). eGG Network will be broadcasting the international series LIVE, or you can opt for Twitch, YouTube and Facebook to catch the action too.
Free Fire Continental Series 2020
Such a fantastic week for mobile battle royale esports, with Garena’s very own Free Fire reaching their own worldwide conclusion too, albeit split into three series: the Americas Series, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) Series and Asia Series.
The wholly online tournament for the Asia series will pit the best Free Fire teams of Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Taiwan and Pakistan against each other. The champions of their respective national tournaments immediately qualify for the Grand Finals, whereas the second- and third-placed teams of all countries – except Taiwan and Pakistan, which will only send the runner-up team – will enter the Play-in first to for the top 5 spot and enter the finals.
As a treat for fans, Free Fire players will get to be part of the tournament by participating in the #UndefeatedSquad in-game event, where you can complete missions in squad mode, cheer for your team, prediction contests, and even watch the series in-game to earn limited-time rewards.
FFCS 2020 Asia begins this Sunday (22 November) at 3PM with the Play-in, followed by the Finals the following Sunday (29 November) at the same time. Get your BOOYAH on by catching FFCS 2020 live on Facebook and YouTube.
Organised by your eGGcellent friends eGG Network, Axle Esports and Astro, in partnership with RaceRoom and eRacing GP, the E1 Championship is a premier sim racing series where Asia Pacific’s top virtual racers will reach other for the championship title, and the champion’s share of the US$15,000 prize pool. Last night was the debut of the eight-week competition, which saw Singaporean Mikko Nassi of Team Safe house taking the top spot, with a 13-point lead ahead of Malaysia’s Ayman Aqeem (Resurgence) and Naquib Azlan (Stratos Motorsports). Will Nassi be able to keep his composure and keep the throne to himself?