The PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022 has been officially announced. Sony Xperia, the game’s official smartphone partner, will sponsor the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022 competition. It will be the largest PUBG Mobile invitational event to date, with teams from all over the world competing.
According to the official PUBG Mobile esports Twitter handle, more details about the next invitational will be released in June 2022. Although we do not have any additional information about the upcoming PMWI 2022, we can speculate on some of the tournament’s details based on the previous year’s event.
After the PMWI 2021 was hit, the PMWI 2022 is also expected to be a huge success
Last year, the PMWI 2021 was held in the month of July. It was held in two parts, the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021: West and the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021: East. In total, 32 teams from around the world were invited to compete, with 16 teams from the West and 16 from the East.
Teams from Southeast Asia, South Asia, Japan, Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau, and other countries competed in the East region. Teams from North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and other countries competed in the West region.
Valdus Esports, Natus Vincere, D’Xavier, Zeus Esports, Bigetron RA, DS Gaming, Yalla Esports, DRS Gaming, REJECT, Blacklist International, A1 Esports, Geek Fam, i8 Esports, NASR Esports, Fanatic Zombies, and Team Myths were among the 16 teams that competed in the PMWI 2022 East.
The PMWI 2022 West featured 16 teams, including Alpha 7 Esports, Next Ruya Gaming, Road To Glory, Ghost Gaming, 19esports, Chivas Esports, Destiny, Gunz Esports, RA’AD Esports, Team Queso, QLASH, UDR Killers, Lakonostra MVP, Team Onyx, and Godsent.
A huge chunk of the prize pool will go to various humanitarian aid organizations across the world
Speaking of the prize pool, just like PMWI 2021, both tournaments were charity events, with the proceeds going to various humanitarian help organizations across the world. The PMWI East and West tournaments had a total prize pool of $1.5 million for contributions and $80,000 for teams participating in the tournaments. The Prize money was distributed to UNICEF, Gavi The Vaccine Alliance, Direct Relief, and International Medical Corps at the conclusion of the competitions.
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