Do you think that PUBG is just about getting virtual chicken treats? If yes then you might not have heard about PUBG Mobile Star Challenge.
PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular mobile games that draws new players every day across the world. Now, PUBG’s mobile star challenge has become talk of the town. It is an e-sport tournament among celebrity streamers for a huge prize money.
The Star Challenge will see players who battle it out on PUBG Mobile against each other for a prize pool of $600,000 (₹4.43 crore). Every contestant is expected to bring their own teams to compete in the tournament.
Clearly, we can conclude, it’s PUBG’s way of snagging the best streamers in the community, from high-profile celebs and well-known players all the way down to popular people with a decent following, to compete for a grand prize, for a global championship and for a regional championship.
Before we move into details, there is a catch for all you PUBG crazy lovers, your love for PUBG and how good are you at is not enough for you to be eligible to participate, you must be loved and followed by others too, to be precise, at least by 1000 people and more followers on social media; recommended platforms would be YouTube Gaming, Twitch, Facebook Live, Smashcast TV, Mixer, Cube TV, Nimo TV, etc.
Rules for registration:
- Players from regions of Asia, North America and South America. Europe, China, and Japan and Korea can participate.
- Online preliminaries and semi-finals will be in Squad mode. Teams must register with 4 members with no substitutes. Every team should have a leader and to claim as the leader of the team, the player needs to have at least 1000 and more followers on social media. (Registrations are closed now)
- The top 20 teams from each of the six regions will move on to the qualifier rounds of the ‘PUBG MOBILE STAR CHALLENGE,’ and then to the global finals. Global and regional winners will split the $600,000 prize pool as follows:
- Global Final Champion: $200,000 USD
- Runner-up: $100,000 USD
- 3rd Place: $50,000 USD
- Regional Final Champion: $20,000 USD
- Regional Runner-up: $15,000 USD
- 3rd Place: $10,000 USD
In addition to cash prizes, Winners will also become official “PUBG Mobile” partnered content creators.
Registrations are closed now at its incredible to see that it attracted over 15,000 potential applicants and the top 20 teams from each of the six regions mentioned above have been chosen to move on to the global finals after the qualifier rounds. In the Asian region, the top 60 teams were selected based on qualifiers. Of these 60, 20 teams have made it to the finals after the semi-final round and on receiving the popular vote. Finals are scheduled to be taking place from 29/11 to 01/12, 2018 in Dubai. So, buckle gamers and fans, let’s witness the biggest e-sports tournament ever and keep visiting our page for more latest updates on PUBG Star Mobile Challenge, 2018.
Till then, keep gaming!!