It’s less than a month since the Battle of the Champions concluded with 2EZ4 Official as the winner. Now, Tencent has unveiled another Esports tournament known as the PUBG Mobile Lite Championship (PMLC) 2020. The Championship will have In-Game Qualifiers, Online Qualifiers, and Grand Finals for a prize pool of INR 5,00,000. Here’s the trailer of the PUBG Mobile Lite Championship.
On August 10, PUBG Mobile announced its biggest competitive event of the year 2020 is coming soon! And now we know about the tournament popularly dubbed as the best of the best that will put everything on the line for a taste of victory. Make your own squad or join others as fast as you can as this is your chance to be known as champion.
The registration for the intense battle royale action of the PUBG Mobile Lite Championship 2020 will begin from August 24 to 30, 2020. You can register by visiting the official website of PUBG Mobile Lite. Complete details regarding the eligibility criteria, registration process, format, and schedule of PMLC 2020 has been declared today. The Championship will also feature open qualifiers for Indian players.
How to register for PUBG Mobile Lite Championship 2020
The interested squad has to log on to the registration section of the official website of PUBG Mobile Lite. Here, you have to fill the team details like team name, owner name, mobile number, team logo, email address, and city. Then, you have to fill the captain’s detail along with the details of all the players. Hurry up and form your squad or join others as early as possible.
- The squad can have a maximum of 4 players in the team including the Captain.
- If you face any issue during or after the registration process then you can directly contact email@example.com.
- The players can’t use IPAD instead of mobile phones and if any team found using it then it will be immediately disqualified.
- The squad will be disqualified if found to be using additional devices like triggers and emulators.
PMLC 2020 Timelines
Below are the timelines of PMLC 2020 that includes In-Game Qualifiers, Online Qualifiers, and Grand Finals.
According to the official notification, In-game qualifiers will be open for all the PUBG Mobile Lite lovers. It will be held to decide on the contestant for the second stage of the tournament i.e, Online Qualifiers.
All the registered squad will play 10 classic mode matches (TPP) in the span for 5 days. Out of these, the best 8 games will be taken into consideration for ranking. The In-Game Qualifier round is scheduled between September 1, 2020, to September 5, 2020.
A total of 60 teams will compete in the online qualifiers. But hold on, there is a twist in the story! Out of these 60 teams, the top 44 teams will move from the In-game qualifiers while 16 teams will be direct invites. Top teams from PUBG Mobile Lite Champions League and game influencers will get the direct invite for online qualifiers.
The teams will be divided into 4 groups and the best 3 teams from each group will qualify for the Grand Finals. Online Qualifiers will be held from September 12 to September 14, 2020.
This is the round that every PUBG Mobile lover waits for as here we are going to witness some top-notch performances. The top 15 teams will try with their full strength for the prize pool of INR 5 Lakhs.
Teams will have to play a total of 10 matches within two days on September 19 and 20. The winner will get prize money of INR 2,00,000 with the runners-up getting INR 1,00,000.
How the Prize pool will be distributed?
As the Grand finals get over on September 20, 2020, the Champion will get the prize money of INR 2,00,000. The first runners-up will get INR 1,00,000. The second runners-up will get INR 60,000, followed by the team in fourth place with INR 40,000.
The teams at 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th place will get a prize pool of INR 30,000, INR 20,000, INR 15,000, and INR 10,000 respectively. A special award, known as People’s Choice Award will also be given to one of the team. The team with the highest vote will get this prestigious award, along with prize money of INR 25,000.
Scoring System of PUBG Mobile Lite Championship 2020
For the Scoring System, please refer to the self explanatory chart below:
Last year, Tencent released PUBG Mobile Lite for Android devices which is compatible with devices having less RAM. PUBG Mobile Lite can run on devices with only 600 MB of free storage and 1 GB of RAM. The game has been developed with Unreal Engine 4 that is the world’s most open and advanced real-time 3D creation platform for photoreal visuals and immersive experiences.
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