PUBG Mobile Campus Championship 2020 Announced
Finally, some good news for PUBG Mobile fans as the game has announced a tournament for mainly the Indian players. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, aka, PUBG Mobile has also revealed the logo and poster for the upcoming mega event.
Highlights of the Story
- The prize pool, overall format, schedule and registration process details have not yet been announced
- The 2018 PMCC marked the beginning of the first PUBG Mobile LAN tournament in India
With rumours of a possible ban on PUBG mobile, Indian players of the game have been disheartened for quite some time now. Fortunately, the situation has calmed down quite a bit now. The game has also made certain privacy changes to ensure that it does not get banned in the country. However, the good news is that PUBG Mobile is also bringing back the PMCC for Indian players.
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What is the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship?
The PMCC is basically PUBG Mobile Campus Championship which was held in 2018 for the very first time. The PMCC is of paramount importance to the mobile gamers of India as it literally gave birth to the PUBG Mobile scene in India. The PUBG Mobile Campus Championship in 2018 was the first offline competition for the game in the country. Players who had not been a part of that can easily make an idea of the PMCC 2020 from that event.
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With more and more players joining the realm of PUBG Mobile, the Indian PUBG scene is stronger than ever now. It gave birth to extraordinary players like MortaL, VipeR, RonaK and Ted. These players have established themselves very well in the mobile gaming industry.
Being the massive hit that the PMCC was back in 2018, we can only imagine its reach this year. The 2018 event was so massively popular that it saw near about 2.5 lakh registrations from 1000 colleges in 30 cities. The price pool was that of 50 lakhs for which 20 incredible teams competed. Bangalore was the final destination of the championship and the team Terrifying Nightmares was the winner that took home 15 lakhs in Indian rupees.
Being an amateur championship as it is limited to students only, we can definitely expect to see some new faces rise and take over this time.
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