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PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals Starts Today in Dubai: Here is How to Watch The Event

PUBG Mobile Star Challenge, hosted by Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation and sponsored by Samsung Galaxy Note9 has announced that voting is now open to the public for their predictions on the winner of the three-day gaming event.

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Updated:November 29, 2018, 12:24 PM IST
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PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals Starts Today in Dubai: Here is How to Watch The Event
PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals Starts Today in Dubai: Here is How to Watch The Event
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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be heading into its Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals event in Dubai, to be held between November 29 and December 1. Star Challenge will pit players who compete in the mobile version of “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” against each other for a whopping $600,000 prize pool. Teams will be comprised of internet personalities, professional gamers, as well as celebrities, with finals set to take place in Dubai. Hosted by Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation and sponsored by Samsung Galaxy Note9 has announced that voting is now open to the public for their predictions on the winner of the three-day gaming event. The PMSC event will feature semifinalist players from Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Japan, Korea, and China. PUBG will hold a livestream of the event through its YouTube channel, and a Facebook Live video of the same. According to the official press statement, the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals broadcasts would begin 30 minutes before the start of each day of the event, which would be 5pm IST.

The minimum requirements to participate in the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge is that players must have more than 1,000 fans or followers across specified streaming platforms and social but can form a squad of up to three other players. The finals will see the top 20 teams from Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Japan, Korea, and China to participate in the Global Finals at Dubai. More than 15,000 teams had applied to be a part of the challenge.

It was in September that video game publisher PUBG Corporation has announced another global PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament, called the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge. This comes just a month after the Player Well Known tournament. This included teams from six regions—North America, South America, Europe, Korea and Japan, China, as well as the rest of Asia. At the time, the price purse was supposedly $600,000. The minimum requirements to participate in the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge is that players must have more than 1,000 fans or followers across specified streaming platforms and social but can form a squad of up to three other players.

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