PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 will have 2 million prize pool

This spring another PUBG Mobile Club Open, a year-long event that has both pro and semi-pro teams competing, will begin. This time the prize pool will be unbelievable or 2 million dollars, which is the largest fund ever for PUBG Mobile. This year, Mobile Club will be divided into Spring Split and Fall Split. Each of them will have a separate prize pool and a Global Final Tournament. The Global Finals for the Spring Split will be held in July this year, and Tencent claims it’s previous year’s PUBG Mobile Star Challenge has had 230 million online viewers and over 5000 competitors at the finals in Dubai, when Thailand-based RRQ Athena won.


The main requirements for participation in this tournament are that the players achieved Platinum rank at the end of the last season and that they have parental consent if they are below the local legal age. Another important requirement is that at least three members of the team must be from the region they are representing. The registration for this year’s PUBG Mobile Club Open already began on March 8th, and it will conclude 10 days later on March 18th. The entries for the tournament are done on PUBG official website.

Even if you’re not someone who would compete against other people, there is some new content in the form of new updates. With this new update, players will be able to convert currencies, namely, they could exchange Battle Coins for Unknown Cash, which would grant them access to rare weapons, skins, and outfits. Another change concerns Bonus Challenge mode, which is now for solo players rather than teams. In order to enter the Bonus Challenge matches, players need either Bonus Challenge Vouchers or a certain amount of Unknown Cash. There are three levels of skill, Novice, Adept, and Expert, and each kill will earn you points that can be used to buy UC packs and items. Unfortunately, we still don’t have a release date for this update.

There is still a lot for this game for the players, and it seems it is still going strong with tournaments and updates, despite the flood of Battle Royale games on the market.