PUBG Mobile Campus Championship: 250,000 Gamers Register To Win Rs 50 Lakh!

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Powered by Oppo F9, the PUBG Mobile Campus Championship is a one of its kind gaming tournament, which has till date received staggering 2.5 lakh registrations.

Rs 50 lakh prize money is at stake here!

We have just received exclusive news regarding this, from Tencent Games.

What is this gaming championship all about? And who all can participate?

Keep reading to find out more!

250,000 Gamers Register For PUBG Mobile Campus Championship

PUBG Mobile Campus Championship has been launched only for college students.

As of now, 2.5 lakh gamers and students have registered at their website to participate in this championship, and to win prizes worth Rs 50 lakh.

These college students are from 1000+ colleges, across 30 Indian cities.

What Is The Format Of The Championship?

After registration, 4 members will need to team up in the ‘Squad’ mode, and then battle it out in the popular game map ‘Erangel’, which is the first and primary playable map of BATTLEGROUNDS.

Out of the 250,000 registered gamers and students, the first 10,000 teams are already in the thick of action, playing the online qualifiers. In these online qualifiers, which will last 12 days, there will be 600 matches in 4 knockout rounds.

You can checkout the game, with live commentary right here.

When Is The Final?

The top 20 teams will be invited at the Karnataka Trade Promotion Organisation (KTPO) in Whitefield, Bengaluru on October 21st.

The organizers have announced a massive pool of Rs 50 lakh prize money, which will be distributed on October 21st, for the winners. Besides, lots of freebies, including Oppo F9 Pro phones will be given to the participants.

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The finals will be live-streamed on PUBG’s Youtube and Facebook channels. Fans in Bengaluru can get passes from the official website.

Source: Trak.in

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