PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO ) Spring Split 2021 will begin from 1st February. It will likely be performed in twenty-seven areas all over the world. PUBG Mobile officers have tweaked the format of the PMCO Spring break up 2021 by eradicating the Vikendi Map completely from the esports season.
Vikendi, a 6×6 snow-themed map was launched in December 2018 within the 0.10.0 replace of the game. The map was included within the esports circuit in 2019.
With the removing of Vikendi, the PMCO 2021 will likely be performed solely on Miramar, Sanhok and Erangel. It will not be recognized whether or not the map will make a comeback in additional tournaments or not.
In Peacekeeper Elite League (Chinese model of the Pubg Mobile Esports), the matches are performed solely on Erangel and Miramar.
Registrations for the PMCO Spring Split 2021 began on 1st January and can shut on January twenty fourth. The qualification stage is scheduled from February 1st to February seventh, whereas the regional group stage will likely be performed from February sixteenth to February twenty first.
The grand finals, aka regional finals, will likely be performed from February twenty fourth to February twenty eighth. Three matches will likely be performed day by day, beginning at 7 PM native time within the TPP format solely.
The complete prize pool of the PMCO will likely be round 1.64 million USD. The match will act as a qualification stage for the rookie groups, and prime rookie groups from every area will qualify for the ‘PUBG Mobile Pro League’ of their respective areas.
Seven new Pro Leagues have been added into the 2021 season. The 2021 season of PUBG Mobile esports has seen an increase within the prize pool from $5 million to a whopping $14 million USD.
Disclaimer: The game is banned in India, so registrations will not be open for groups from India.
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