PUBG Mobile holds a lot of esports tournaments every year. Here the five most popular esports events of this game community with huge prize pools.

#1. PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC)

PMGC is the biggest esports tournament for the PUBG Mobile community. PUBG Mobile pro players and teams from all over the world can compete to be qualified for the final stage. Last year, this esports event attracted a lot of viewers. It made a record of 38 lakh peak viewers in the last tournament, including viewers on NimoTV.

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PUBG Mobile players and fans from all over the world watched this tournament. The prize pool of League Stage is about INR 5.6 Crore in each region. Besides, the prize pool of the final stage is over INR 8.7 Crore.

#2. PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL)

PMWL is also a popular PUBG Mobile tournament with a high view count and a great prize pool. In India, the view count reached the peak of 449k viewers. Moreover, the view peak reached 11 lakh. It includes two divisions in Western and Eastern areas. The prize pool in each division is about INR 3.1 Crore.

#3. PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split Global Finals

PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) has two splits in the spring and fall. The Global Stage is the most-viewed event in this big tournament. Its live viewer count peaked at 5.69 lakh in the last season. The prize pool of this event is about INR 2.9 Crore.

#4. PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split Global Finals

The Global Stage of PMCO 2020 is also one of the most popular esports events of PUBG Mobile with a live view count of 5.25 lakh. However, its prize pool is bigger than that of PMCO Spring Split. The total money prize of this event is INR 3.65 Crore.

#5. PUBG Mobile Pro League SEA Fall

Another popular PUBG Mobile esports tournament is PMPL Sea which got a high view count of 490,874. The prize pool of this tournament is about INR 1 Crore. It took place between Oct 23th and 25th, 2020.

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