PUBG Mobile has officially initiated a whole “New Era” with the center of attention being the highly-anticipated 1.0 update and the title’s biggest Esports event of the year - the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC). After three amazing years of continuous success, the game is getting a major revamp on September 8th. It will bring changes to the interface, UX. gameplay, and more to host the most realistic tournament in the mobile game industry. With a whopping prize pool of $20 lakh, this is the event that defines the new appearance of PUBG Mobile. 

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Welcome to PUBG Mobile 1.0

 PUBG Mobile Version 1.0

New technologies have been adopted to significantly increase the game quality in PUBG Mobile 1.0. You can see the clear improvements in players' characters, the Main Lobby UI, the lightings, as well as the dynamic environment. Small particles and effects like smoke, air blasts, muzzle flashes, and the scope interaction are also enhanced to make every shot more realistic. The action of parachuting, sprinting, throwing, and other vital actions have also been optimized - smoother and more lively. Enjoy the vibrant battlegrounds with the texture update 

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Optimize the performance of PUBG Mobile

Overhauled Interface

PUBG Mobile's User Interface and interactives have been completely overhauled. Enhanced interactions, visuals, motions, and sound effects will be added. Different tones of colors were carefully picked to convey designated concepts of dawn, victory, or failure. The devs also take a look at controls to enable quick and easy access, while giving a comfortable layout of buttons. 

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The 1.0 version comes with enhanced graphics

PUBG Mobile World Championship 2020

With the groundbreaking 1.0 version reveal, PUBG Mobile eSports is taking it a step further by combining PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) with World Championship to introduce PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) - the biggest tournament in the title’s history. Season Zero of PMGC will kick off in late November and invite top pro teams from all regions including the Americas, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, and China.  They compete for a total prize pool of $20 lakh. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we may not be able to view the tournament onsite, but the officials have everything planned out. 

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PMGC will be the biggest tournament in PUBG Mobile history

PUBG Mobile is bringing a new series of year-long Esports initiatives to ensure a clear path from amateur to professional stardom. National and Campus championships act as the platform for players to advance to semi-pro with PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) featuring 16 regions with over 150 countries. The total registrations for both Spring and Fall crossed the 1.2 lakh milestone. Lastly, we have PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) as the final stage. It will be hosted across 7 regions with a total of 152 teams participating. So far, the last PMWL has garnered 4 crore total watch hours, with a peaked viewership of 11 lakh.