PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) will expand its reach next year with UK, France, UAE, Africa, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mexico, Hong Kong, Macau and Taipei each with their own semi-professional competitions .

Registration will take place between January 1st and January 24th and can be done at this link by PUBG Mobile players from all over the world.

More details can be seen in the press release below.

São Paulo, December 23, 2020 – Aspiring mobile eSports semi-pros from around the world will be able to register to compete in the 2021 PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO), the premier PUBG MOBILE event of its kind, from January 1-24. With the success of PMCO 2020, which saw tens of thousands of teams register, and PUBG MOBILE’s commitment to continue growing its eSports ecosystem to support competitors of all levels, PMCO 2021 will be available in 23 regions.

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2020 was an extremely positive year for the PUBG MOBILE eSports circuit, with more than 120,000 teams from all over the world applying to compete in its competitions. The expansion of the PMCO means that more players will have the opportunity to continue to improve their skills and pave their way to the highest levels of eSports competition. Additionally, PUBG MOBILE announces a prize pool of $14 million for its 2021 eSports circuit.

The complete list of regions that can apply to the PMCO in 2021 are:

  • Africa, Bangladesh, Brazil, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Egypt, Western Europe, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Macau and Taipei (HMT), Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa (MENA) , Mexico, Nepal, North America, Pakistan, South Asia, Turkey, UAE, United Kingdom and an Asia Pacific (APAC) wildcard.
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As the starting point of PUBG MOBILE’s 2021 eSports program, PMCOs represent entry to the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC), PUBG MOBILE’s most prestigious event, and which has announced prize pools of nearly triple that of to 2020, jumping from US$ 5 million to US$ 14 million.

The competitive PUBG MOBILE circuit began in 2018, but it was 2020 that saw the evolution from the amateur to the professional circuit through the arrival of the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC), the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) and its main expansion , the PMCO. In 2021, the PUBG MOBILE eSports ecosystem will expand to more regions, with more support for pros and even bigger prize pools.