Tencent has revealed the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019, it’s a year-long event that has both pro and semi-pro teams contending for a $2 million dollar reward pool, the largest ever for PUBG Mobile. The PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 is divided into the Spring Split and Fall Split, each with a different prize swimming pool and a Global Finals. The Spring Split Global Finals is slated for July 2019. Tencent claims that in 2015’s PUBG Mobile Star Difficulty 2018 tournaments saw 230 million online views and over 5,000 participants at the finals in Dubai. It was won by Thai-based RRQ Athena.
Guidelines and requirements for participating in the event include having achieved Platinum rank at the end of the last season along with having adult consent for those under regional legal age. At least three gamers from each team need to be from the region they are completing to represent. PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 registrations began on March 8 and end on March 18 through the game’s official site.
And if you’re not the competitive type, PUBG Mobile is getting a new upgrade that would permit players to convert Battle Coins (BC) to Unidentified Cash (UC). This would grant access to unusual weapon skins and clothing. Unlike the previous PUBG Mobile Crew Obstacle, Bonus Challenge is for solo gamers instead of teams. Going into needs either Reward Difficulty Vouchers or Unknown Cash and there are 3 tiers– Novice, Adept, and Expert. Each kill grants points which can be used to get UC packs or cosmetic products. The upgrade doesn’t have a release date right now.
While the Benefit Obstacle is no secret thanks to serial PUBG Mobile leaker Mr. Ghost Video gaming, a new video has actually brought to light when it would be anticipated in the video game. There are 3 tiers of entry for the Bonus Difficulty– Novice, Adept, and Expert. Each kill in the Novice Benefit Challenge in PUBG Mobile internet gamers 15 points, while Skilled players get 30 points, and Specialists get 45 points. Each point equates to one fight coin with maximum earnings being 1500.
The PUBG Mobile Bonus Difficulty is open to Android, iOS, and PC emulator gamers and is limited to 60 players per match. The best players are highlighted on a top 30 list.
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