Winners will represent the region in the upcoming Global Championship.
PUBG Mobile is introducing a brand-new EMEA League after a successful first half to determine the best teams from the EMEA region. The PUBG Mobile EMEA League will have a $100,000 prize pool, where the top three teams will be representing the region in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship.
The EMEA League will be held in October starting with 32 teams that will face each other in a span of three weeks. Teams will be selected through the 2020 PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split performance as follows:
PMCO Europe Finals: Top 4 teams
PMCO CIS Finals: Top 5 teams
PMCO Turkey Finals: Top 4 teams
PMCO Germany Finals: Top 3 teams
PMCO Saudi Arabia Finals: Top 5 teams
PMCO Iraq Finals: Top 5 teams
PMCO MEAF (Middle East & Africa) Finals: Top 3 teams
PMCO Egypt Finals: Top 3 teams
The tournament itself will then be split into two stages that include the EMEA League in the first two weeks and the EMEA League Finals following shortly after. Matches will happen four times a day, three days a week. During the finals, the scores will be reset and the 16 qualifying teams will battle it out to determine the top three teams who will move on to the Global Championship.
The PUBG Mobile EMEA League will be replacing the PMCO Regional Finals for Europe and MEAF and will combine the prize pools totaling $100,000.