Everything related to PUBG Mobile Championship 2022 league stage in detail

Get ready, PUBG Mobile lovers, for the PUBG Mobile Championship (PMGC) 2022 is just around the corner and will begin on November 10th, 2022.

The game has been prohibited in India, therefore this has undoubtedly hurt India’s chances. As it will run from November 10 to November 27 in 2022, this tournament will mark its third iteration.

48 teams would be present in total, with each group consisting of 16 teams. The game was separated into three groups (Red, Yellow, and Green).

Let me share the list of all the teams in three distinct groups in the below format:

Group A (Red)

  1. Buriram United Esports (Thailand)
  2. The Infinity (Thailand)
  3. Bigetron RA (Indonesia)
  4. 4 Rivals (Malaysia)
  5. Box Gaming (Vietnam)
  6. Influence Chemin Esports (Brazil)
  7. Team Queso (Argentina)
  8. R8 Esports (Saudi Arabia)
  9. Nigma Galaxy (UAE)
  10. Titan Gaming (Kazakhstan)
  11. DRS Gaming (Nepal)
  12. i8 Esports (Pakistan)
  13. S2G Esports (Turkey)
  14. Mad Bulls (Serbia)
  15. emTek StormX (South Korea)
  16. LGD Gaming (China)

Group B (Green)

  1. Bacon Time (Thailand)
  2. Vampire Esports (Thailand)
  3. Evos Reborn (Indonesia)
  4. Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia)
  5. INCO Gaming (Brazil)
  6. A7 Esports (Brazil)
  7. Knights (U.S.A)
  8. POWR Esport (Saudi Arabia)
  9. One Million Esports (Morocco)
  10. GodLike Stalwart (Mongolia)
  11. Skylightz Gaming (Nepal)
  12. Fire Flux Esports (Turkey)
  13. HHVP (Ex NAVI) (Russia)
  14. Damwon Gaming (South Korea)
  15. Nova Esports (China)
  16. Donuts USG (Japan)

Group C (Yellow)

  1. TEM Entertainment (Thailand)
  2. Faze Clan (Thailand)
  3. Genesis Dogma GIDS (Indonesia)
  4. Geek Fam (Malaysia)
  5. D’Xavier (Vietnam)
  6. Vivo Keyd (Brazil)
  7. Furious Gaming (Chile)
  8. Team Falcons (Saudi Arabia)
  9. Geekay Esports (Iraq)
  10. IHC Esports (Mongolia)
  11. Trained to Kill (Nepal)
  12. Beşiktaş Esports (Turkey)
  13. Game Lord (France)
  14. DS Gaming (South Korea)
  15. Four Angry Men (China)
  16. REJECT (Japan)

Over the course of four days, each team will compete in 24 matches. The top three teams from each of the three groups advance to the PMGC Grand Finals.

The PMGC will award a whopping $463k in prizes, with the winning teams taking home $90k, $85k, and $80k, respectively, for taking first, second, and third place.

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