PUBG Mobile players will be excited to know the registrations for the most-awaited PMCO Fall Split 2020 tournament is now open. In addition to being a gateway to the world’s largest mobile esports event, the PUBG Mobile World Championship, PMCO 2020 offers a massive prize pool of $1,000,000.

The final date to register your squad for PUBG Mobile Club Open 2020 is 12th July. The PMCO Fall Split will begin the in-game Qualifiers from 17th July and proceed further in stages, finally leading up to the PUBG Mobile World League 2020. This tournament is a big deal not only for PUBG Mobile players but also for the online betting sites to attract more bettors to esports betting – a worldwide growing industry.

Pubg Mobile Fall Split 2020
PMCO 2020 offers a massive prize pool of $1,000,000

PMCO Fall Split 2020 Schedule

PMCO Fall Split 2020 will progress in 6 stages starting with Registration. Other stages include Qualification, Regional Group Stage, Regional Semi-Finals, Regional Finals, and finally, the PUBG Mobile World League.

  • Registration

PMCO 2020 registration stage closed a few days ago. The Qualifier stage is coming soon. Now, the list of participants who meet the tournament requirements is completed. They will be divided into different groups to compete and win the ticket to the global stage.

As announced, the team rosters have a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 5 team members are allowed with 1 being the substitute player. Besides, at least 3 players of the squad come from the same country and have the same nationality.

Pmco Fall Split 2020 Registration
The registration stage of PMCO 2020 will be held between 24th June and 12th July

Here is a list of all the 16 regions from where squads have finished the registration for the PMCO Fall Split 2020.

  • Latam
  • Europe
  • India
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South Asia
  • North America
  • Wildcard
  • SEA Wildcard
  • Turkey
  • CIS
  • Brazil
  • Germany
  • Iraq
  • Pakistan
  • Egypt
  • Saudi Arabia

Players from Hong Kong China and Macau China should not register at the moment since the registrations for these regions will be announced at a later date.

  • Online Qualifiers

Once the teams have registered themselves, they will play the in-game Qualifiers between 17th July and 27th July 2020. Teams need to play a minimum of 8 games, i.e a minimum of 2 games from each map. The maximum number of games a team can play is 32.

After having played these games, and met the requirements of the Qualification stage, a total of top 8 games of a team will be considered for final standing, i.e., top 2 games from each map.

The top teams will then progress to the Regional Group Stage of the tournament.

Online Qualifiers Pmco 2020
List of all the 16 regions from where squads can register themselves for the PMCO Fall Split 2020
  • Regional Group Stage

The top teams from the in-game qualifiers will feature in the Regional Group Stage. A total of 32 teams will battle in this stage in August 2020 to make their way to the next phase of the tournament - Regional Semi Finals.

8 teams will be eliminated in this stage of PMCO Fall Split 2020 as only 24 teams shall progress to the Regional Semi Finals stage. The 2020 edition of the tournament has more regions as compared to the 2019 edition. As a result, there will be additional group stage slots that will be added during the qualifiers.

  • Regional Semi Finals

In August 2020, two stages of PMCO 2020 will take place - Regional Group Stage and Regional Semi Finals.

The qualified teams from the Group stage will compete in the Regional Semi Finals for a spot in the Finals.

  • Regional Finals

In September 2020, PMCO will move to the next stage, Regional Finals. The teams that finish at the top in the Regional Semi Finals points table will compete in the PMCO Fall Split Regional Finals 2020.

The top teams of the PMCO Regional Finals and PUBG Mobile Pro League will be promoted to the PUBG Mobile World League.

  • PMPL

Before the teams compete at the global stage, the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL), there is one more phase for teams of some regions.

Teams from South Asia, Europe, America, Wildcard and Middle East & Africa regions will compete in PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) to qualify for the PMWL.

  • World League

The Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports had announced the PMWL 2020 during the PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019.

The final stage for each split during 2020 PUBG Mobile season will be the PUBG Mobile World Championship 2020.

The World Championship will feature top qualified teams from World League West & East.

Pmwl 2020
The final stage for each split during 2020 PUBG Mobile season will be the PUBG Mobile World Championship 2020

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