PUBG: The first tournament of the new Bang will take place next month with a total prize pool of 250,000 USD

PUBG: New Bang The first official eSports tournament took place here. The New state Mobile Open Challenge will have a total prize pool of 250,000 USD but only players from Korea can participate.

The mobile open challenge will be played in the recently released BR: Extreme mode. In this mode, matches last 20 minutes and have only 64 players. A small part of Mr. Troi is randomly selected in each game as the playing area.

This mode has more loot and vehicles to give the player an “extreme” experience. Additionally, all characters come equipped with P1911 pistols, smoke grenades, 300 drone credits, and a fully charged intensity meter as soon as they drop onto the map to instantly engage war.

Registration for New state The open challenge on mobile is now direct. All players must be 15 years or older, have Korean nationality and have a rating of Gold or higher in the game to participate. The event will take place from February 15 to 19.

PUBG: New Status, developed by Krafton, is a futuristic version of the original PUBG: Battlegrounds and was released last November for mobile devices. At the time, the company said it didn’t have any immediate plans for esports and that it was focused on providing a steady game service. But Krafton also said it plans to roll out smaller-scale events once the game settles in and starts there. Looks like the first of these is New state Open challenge on mobile.

With Tencent’s PUBG Mobile has a global e-sports ecosystem with huge viewership, fans New state will hope for something similar. It remains to be seen what Krafton will do in the future with esports. PUBG: The first tournament of the new Bang will take place next month with a total prize pool of 250,000 USD


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