- The smartphone maker Vivo will be the main sponsor of PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 and provide smartphones for the competition.
- In addition, the pot has been increased to $ 2.5 million from the $ 2 million originally announced.
- the PUBG Mobile The 2019 Open Club is a one – year international competition with divisions in the spring and fall.
the PUBG Mobile Open Club 2019, a year-long event announced earlier this month by Tencent and PUBG Corp, have added a main sponsor and increased their total prize pool.
The smartphone maker Vivo will be the title sponsor of the contest and will also provide the devices used at the events. The Chinese company mainly manufactures midrange and economical phones and is not present in the North American market.
In addition, the prize pool for all PUBG Mobile The 2019 Club Open season has been raised to $ 2.5M, from the $ 2M confirmed for the first time this month. PUBG Mobile is the smartphone and tablet rendering of THE BATTLES OF THE BATTLE OF THE PLAYER , the royal bombshell that is currently in the middle of its own PC esports.
"We are excited to collaborate with Vivo, which enjoys a strong reputation for innovation and prioritization of consumer needs," said Vincent Wang, General Manager of Tencent Games Global Edition. . "As an innovative brand ourselves, this partnership underscores our commitment to providing the best possible experience for our players and fans around the world. This partnership is only the beginning. We want to continue to build a strong portfolio of partnerships with industry-leading companies, such as Vivo, to provide the best mobile gaming experience possible. "
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Qualifications for the Spring Division of PUBG Mobile The 2019 Open Club kicked off last week with the participation of players from 10 different regions. The World Spring Finals will be held in July, and the Fall Spring World Finals will follow in December.
Vivo too recently associated with Tencent sponsors the 2019 King Pro League (KPL) spring season for Honor of kings in China. Honor of kings is a mobile game MOBA released under the name of Arena of Valor in Western markets.