PMGC 2022 league prize money. Picture: PUBG

PMGC 2022 league prize money. Picture: PUBG

PMGC 2022 league prize money

Newsroom Dec 7, 2022

The ongoing PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) league stage wrapped up with $2.5 million distributed among 48 teams.

Overview:

  • The top 16 teams from the survival stage will qualify for the last chance, and the last chance will feature a prize pool of $283,000.
  • The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022 will reportedly begin on the 10 November 2022 and conclude on the 8 January 2023, with the Grand Finals.

48 teams received $2.5 million in prize money as the current PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) league stage ended. For the 2022 edition, publisher Tencent has allotted $4 million, of which $1.5 million will be distributed among the 16 finalists. Group Stage ($463K), Survival ($348K), and Last Chance ($283K) were the three stages of the PMGC league stage, each with its prize fund. Each team got a reward of $10,000 for attending.

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The prize pool for the group stage was around $1.4 million, with $463K going to each group. The top three teams in each group received a cash prize of $90,85,80, respectively, and a trip to the PMGC Grand Finals. The top four teams moved on to the Survival round; however, the worst five were disqualified from the competition. The top five teams from the 16 who competed in the Last Chance round advanced to the finals.

PMGC league stage prize pool distribution

PMGC league stage prize pool distribution. Picture: PUBG
PMGC league stage prize pool distribution. Picture: PUBG

In addition to winning cash prizes, 14 teams have qualified for the PMGC 2022 Grand Finals, where they will compete against SMG (China) and Alter Ego, two invited teams (Indonesia). These 16 teams will battle for honour and a $1.5 million prize pool in Jakarta, Indonesia, from January 6 to 8, 2023, during the Grand Finals. Nevertheless, the publisher has not yet made public the Finals prize pool allocation. The PUBG online gaming competition is very popular all over the globe. The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022 matches will shortly be played. For your information, there will be 51 teams competing in PMGC from all around the globe, and the victors will get a sizable award. India has banned the PUBG video game, yet Indian gamers may still watch its live broadcast.

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This article will discuss which teams compete in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship and how and where Indians may watch it. According to the program, the live streaming of PMGC 2022 will begin each day, and viewers can hear the commentary in various languages. You may watch this competition on India's PUBG Mobile Esports, Facebook, and YouTube channels. The prize money for the PMGC Champions in 2020 and 2021, Nova Esports, was $700K and $1.5M, respectively. The squad has also qualified for the finals this year and will again go for their third championship trophy. Several seasoned teams could not qualify this year for the PMGC Grand Finals. Those that failed to succeed included Bigetron RA, HVVP, Damwon Gaming, and Nigma Galaxy.

The 48 teams got the following share of the prize money during the league stage. Each team's prize money also includes a $10,000 appearance fee.

  • Buriram United Esports (Thailand) - $100K
  • GodLike Stalwart (Mongolia) - $100K
  • Geek Fam (Malaysia) - $100K
  • Influence Chemin Esports (Brazil) - $95K
  • Nova Esports (China) - $95K
  • Four Angry Men (China) - $95K
  • S2G Esports (Turkey) - $90K
  • Fire Flux Esports (Turkey) - $90K
  • Trained to Kill (Nepal) - $90K
  • Vampire Esports (Thailand) - $80K
  • A7 Esports (Brazil) - $77K
  • HHVP (Ex NAVI) (Russia) - $76K
  • DRS Gaming (Nepal) - $72K
  • LGD Gaming (China) - $71K
  • IHC Esports (Mongolia) - $71K
  • INCO Gaming (Brazil) - $68K
  • Bacon Time (Thailand) - $67K
  • REJECT (Japan) - $65K
  • Titan Gaming (Kazakhstan) - $62K
  • Game Lord (France) - $61K
  • Damwon Gaming (South Korea) - $59K
  • Beşiktaş Esports (Turkey) - $58K
  • i8 Esports (Pakistan) - $57K
  • Bigetron RA (Indonesia) - $52K
  • Nigma Galaxy (UAE) - $47K
  • POWR Esport (Saudi Arabia) - $36K
  • Geekay Esports (Iraq) - $36K
  • Faze Clan (Thailand) - $35K
  • Vivo Keyd (Brazil) - $35K
  • Box Gaming (Vietnam) - $34K
  • TEM Entertainment (Thailand) - $34K
  • Skylightz Gaming (Nepal) - $33K
  • 4 Rivals (Malaysia) - $31K
  • The Infinity (Thailand) - $24K
  • One Million Esports (Morocco) - $24K
  • Genesis Dogma GIDS (Indonesia) - $24K
  • Mad Bulls (Serbia) - $23K
  • Evos Reborn (Indonesia) - $23K
  • D'Xavier (Vietnam) - $23K
  • Team Queso (Argentina) - $22K
  • Donuts USG (Japan) - $22K
  • Team Falcons (Saudi Arabia) - $22K
  • R8 Esports (Saudi Arabia) - $21K
  • Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia) - $21K
  • RedForce (South Korea) - $21K
  • emTek StormX (South Korea) - $20K
  • Knights (U.S.A) - $20K
  • Furious Gaming (Chile) - $20K

PMGC 2022 League Stage Prize Pool Distribution

Each PMGC league stage participating team will get a $10,000 prize for competing. The group stage will pay each group $463,000. Teams placing fourth through eleventh in the group stage will advance to the survivor round, while the top three teams advance to the PMGC 2022 grand finals. A $348,000 prize money will be split among 24 teams during the survivor round.

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The top 16 teams from the survival round will advance to the last chance, which will have a $283,000 prize pool. The top 4 teams from the last opportunity will compete in the PMGC Grand Finals in 2022.

  • $90,000
  • $85,000
  • $80,000
  • $22,000
  • $21,000
  • $20,000
  • $19,000
  • $18,000
  • $17,000
  • $16,000
  • $15,000
  • $14,000
  • $13,000
  • $12,000
  • $11,000
  • $10,000

You can also download the Tournafest app from Google Play or App Store to play Esports Tournaments & Scrims games like BGMI, Free Fire MAX, Call of Duty, CS: GO, Valorant, Pokemon Unite & win exciting rewards! You may also organize Tournaments & fetch unmatched perks.

Until next time,

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