If you are looking forward to this year’s PUBG tournaments and what you should watch in 2022, then you will find this blog useful. In this blog, we will be getting into some of the top PUBG tournaments of 2021, which have a high chance of being repeated in 2022 too. These tournaments had faired well in 2021, and people had made sure to watch them for various reasons. Some of them had some of the best players globally, and some of them had some of the most intense matches ever. For whatever reason that might be, the tournaments have been quite popular, and there will be another of them this year too.
List of the Best PUBG Tournaments in 2021
Here is the list of the top PUBG tournaments in 2021 that you might be quite interested in:
PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season 0
If you are a fan of PUBG Esports, then you must have heard about the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season 0. It is one of the biggest and most popular Global Championship of any Battle Royale game ever. It keeps getting bigger and better every year! 2021 was also quite popular, as all PUBG fans kept an eye on the results and also tuned in live to see how the championship was going. All the best teams across the world were sent in for participation, and the Championship was held in three parts: the East League, the West League, and the Grand Finals.
There were 9 teams from the East League, and 6 teams from the West League who were sent in for the Grand Finals. The average viewer of the whole championship was 528 840, of which the last day of the Grand Finals recorded the maximum number of viewers: 3 801 998. The winner of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season 0 2021 was Nove Esports, who also won a cash prize of $1,530,000! The runner-ups were Natus Vincere, Nigma Galaxy, S2G Esports, and D'Xavier.
PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021
The PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021 was held in two parts, which made the match quite interesting. The matches were divided between the Easter region and the Western region, for ease of participation and also to come up with better results. In the Eastern region, there were a total of 16 teams that were to compete in the matches. The winner of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational Eastern region was Valdus Esports, who also won $5,000. The other runner-ups in the final were Natus Vincere and D'Xavier. For the Western region, it was almost the same. There were a total of 16 teams, and the winner of the Western region was Alpha7 Esports. They were also awarded with the same amount of money. The other runner-ups were Konina Power and Next Rüya Esports.
If we were to look at the statistics of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021, then the average number of viewers for the tournament was 399 497, and the maximum number of viewers was recorded on the day both the regions had their first matches, at 1 051 608. Hence, this was quite different from the other tournaments, where the Grand Finals usually record the highest number of viewers.
31st Southeast Asian Games PUBG Mobile
This was quite a huge step for PUBG, as it was considered a major Esoprts in the eyes of the 31st Southeast Asian Games. The SEA Games have usually had Esports as one of their sports for quite some time now. However, 2021 was the first time that PUBG was integrated into one, and fans were extremely excited about it. The whole committee behind the Games were also quite appreciated for their inclusivity, and people all over Southeast Asia, made sure to send in their best teams to play the matches. For the Qualifiers, there were 17 teams, and only 16 teams were to go to the Finals.
The team that won the 31st Southeast Asian Games PUBG Mobile was Indonesia 2. The runner-ups were Vietnam 1 and Malaysia 1. According to the statistics, the average number of viewers that were recorded throughout the PUBG tournament was 205 485, and the maximum number was 903 011, which was recorded on the Finals day.
PUBG Mobile Pro League Season 4 2021 SEA
This was a regional League championship for the SouthEast Asia region, so that only the best teams could be sent to the Global Championships. Season 4 was so popular because it was the final season, and it would determine which of the teams would finally be able to compete in the Global Championships.Hence, people all over Southeast Asia were quite curious to find out if their favourite teams would make it to the end or not. There were some 20 teams when the tournament started. In the Finals, there were only 16 teams, and only a few teams could be sent to the PMGC 2021.
There was quite an interesting turn of events regarding making the final list. Even though Team Secret had won the Pro League Season 4, they were not qualified to go to the PMGC 2021. Hence, even if they won, it was their loss in the end. The other runner-ups who got to go to the PMGC 2021 were Bigetron RA, 4Rivals, and MS Chonburi. FaZe Clan came in third, but their overall points were not that high, hence they were only qualified for PMGC 2021-League #1. The average number of viewers for the whole Pro Leagues Season 4 was 273 751, and the highest number of viewers was recorded in the Finals with 682 981 people watching at some point.
These were some of the top recent PUBG tournaments that you should be keeping up with this year too. They have given the Esports community an edge, and also made the PUBG community. These tournaments are also the reason why PUBG as an Esports keeps growing and is so popular today.
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