PUBG Mobile Club Open or commonly known as PMCO is an annual tournament that is one of the biggest tournaments for the game. It is an international tournament where best teams from around the world compete for the ultimate glory. PMCO started in 2019 and it is divided into Spring Split and Fall Split. The tournament is returning for 2020 with an even bigger prize pool and will be one of the biggest mobile Esports tournaments of the year. The tournament is streamed on the official YouTube channel of the game, and the event draws a huge viewership. The Spring Split 2019 had a peak viewership of 597K with an average viewership of 221K, while the Fall Split 2019 had a peak viewership of 525K and an average viewership of 180K.
What is the schedule for PMCO Spring Split 2020?
- Registration: 3 January to 21 January
- Qualification: 23 January to 2 February
- Regional Group Stage: February
- Regional Semi-Finals: February
- Regional Final: March
- World League: May
What are the regions participating in PMCO Spring Split 2020?
- Latin America
- Middle East and Africa
- South Asia
- Wild Card
- Southeast Asia Wildcard
- North America
- Saudi Arabia
How to register for PMCO Spring Split 2020?
Interested players can form a team and register at the official PMCO website before January 21.
What are the requirements to participate in PMCO Spring Split 2020?
Only those PUBG Mobile players are eligible to play who meet the below mentioned criteria:
Minimum Rank Required: Platinum (at the end of last season)
Parental Permission: Yes
Team Members: Three from the same region (one can be from other)
What is the total prize pool for PMCO Spring Split 2020?
The total prize pool for PMCO Spring Split 2020 is $1,00,000 which will be divided further into all the winners.
In what mode and map will PMCO Spring Split 2020 matches be conducted?
All the matches will be conducted in TPP mode and matches will take place in all four maps. (Erangel, Miramar, Vikendi and Sanhok)
Who are the previous winners of PMCO 2019
The previous two iterations of the tournament were won by following teams:
PMCO Spring Split 2019: Top Esports(China)
PMCO Fall Split 2019: Bigetron RA(Indonesia)