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PMIS 2020: New revised format explained

PMIS 2020
PMIS 2020
Ajay Assudani

The results of the PUBG Mobile India Series 2020 In-Game Qualifiers were revealed on 5 June 2020. A number of teams raised several concerns about the selection process and demanded transparency, eliciting a response from authorities.

Further to which PUBG MOBILE India released an official statement stating a change in format and increase in slots of PMIS 2020.

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With the new format already enforced, here Sportskeeda explains the same in detail to resolve further queries.


PMIS 2020 Revised Format:-

PRE-QUALIFIERS (11TH JUNE - 15TH JUNE)

Teams - 992 teams qualified from the in-game qualifiers would playing pre-qualifiers.

Groups - They will be divided into 62 groups with each group having 16 teams.

Number of matches - Best of 2 matches will be played in Erangel Map.

Qualification - Four teams from each group with the best cumulative score (Placement points + Kills points) will move on to Online qualifiers (Round 1).

ONLINE QUALIFIERS (Round 1)

Teams - A total of 256 teams (248 Qualified teams from Pre Qualifiers + 8 Invited Teams) will be playing this round.

Groups - They will be further divided into 16 groups with each group having 16 teams.

Number of Matches - Best of 2 matches will be played in Erangel and Sanhok Map.

Qualification - Top three teams from each group with the best cumulative score (Placement points + Kills points) will move on to the next round.

QUARTER FINALS (Round 2)

Teams - A total of 64 teams (56 Qualified teams from Online Qualifiers + 8 Invited Teams + 8 teams with highest kills in the previous round) would be playing this round.

Groups - They will be further divided into 4 groups with each group having 16 teams.

Number of Matches - Best of 6 matches will be played over a set of different maps.

Qualification - Top eight teams from each group with the best cumulative score (Placement points + Kills points) will move on to the Semi-finals.

SEMI-FINAL

Teams - A total of 32 teams would be playing this round.

Groups - They will be further divided into 4 groups with each group having 8 teams.

Number of Matches - These selected 32 teams will play several matches in Round Robin Format. (Eg- A vs B, B vs C & so on..)

Qualification - Top 16 teams will move on to play the Grand Finals.

GRAND FINALS

The 16 selected teams will play a total of 12 matches over two days in PMIS 2020 Grand Finals and compete for the title of "Pubg Mobile India Series 2020 Champion" and a massive prize pool of INR 50 Lakhs.


Edited by Suromitro Basu

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