October 29, 2023
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The 2023 PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC) is just around the corner, and it promises to be an exhilarating event for fans of PUBG MOBILE Esports. From November 2nd, 50 teams from around the world will gather at the Ülker Sports and Event Hall in Istanbul, Türkiye, to compete for the prestigious title of PUBG MOBILE World Champion and a share of the $3 million prize pool.
The journey to the PMGC Grand Finals begins with the PMGC League, which will run from November 2nd to November 19th. Teams from various PUBG MOBILE Pro Leagues (PMPL) and the PUBG MOBILE Esports ecosystem will battle it out to secure their spot in the Grand Finals. Notable teams like DRS GAMING and G.GLADIATORS have received special invites due to their exceptional performance at global events.
During the PMGC League, fans can expect six thrilling matches per day, with a total of 48 teams vying for a place in the next stage. The top three teams from each group will advance, while the bottom five will be eliminated from the competition.
The remaining teams will then face the intense PMGC Survival Stage, taking place from November 22nd to November 24th. This stage offers a second chance for teams to prove themselves in the PMGC Last Chance Stage. Only 16 teams will make it to this stage, where they will fight tooth and nail for the final five spots in the Grand Finals.
The pinnacle of the PMGC will be the Grand Finals, held from December 8th to December 10th at Istanbul's Ülker Sports and Event Hall. Here, the best teams from around the world, including S2G Esports and Titan Esports Club, will compete for the ultimate title of PUBG MOBILE World Champion. It will be a battle of skill, strategy, and nerves as these teams strive to claim victory on the biggest stage of PUBG MOBILE Esports.
If you want to witness the excitement firsthand, you can purchase tickets to watch the matches live at the Ülker Sports and Event Hall on Biletino or Biletix. Alternatively, you can catch the games live on various platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, Tiktok, and Twitch starting from November 2nd.
Haruki Nakamura, affectionately termed "DataSensei" within the Esports universe, is EsportRanker's resident data wizard. Seamlessly merging his love for Esports with his knack for research, he provides insights and analysis that propel the industry forward.