PMWI 2022: Format Explained & More

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PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022 is right around the corner as this premier PUBGM event will be hosted in Riyadh. Teams from all around the world are travelling to Saudi to attend this event, including two Indian teams namely Team Soul and 7Sea Esports. Here is everything you need to know about this event.

PMWI 2022 FORMAT

The format of PMWI 2022 is quite different than the traditional PUBG Mobile league formats. The tournament itself is divided into two parts with a main event and an afterparty event. The main event will start on 13th August and run for two consecutive days to conclude on 13th August.

The Afterparty event will start on 18th August and will have only twelve teams competing for a prize. This part of the tournament will also run for two days straight.

PMWI 2022 main event will observe a total of 18 teams competing for a massive prize pool of $2 million and the top five teams from this event will make their way into the Afterparty. Six teams are invited from various regions for the afterparty event and the special invite is secured for Indian team, 7Sea Esports.

PMWI 2022 PRIZE POOL

The total prize pool of PMWI 2022 is $3 million and it is divided into two parts. The main tournament has a total prize pool of $2 million and the afterparty event has its own prize pool of $1 million.

All the teams will be flying down to Riyadh to compete at the Riyadh Boulevard in one of the most lavish PUBGM studios ever.

PMWI 2022 QUALIFIED TEAMS

Here is the list of top eighteen teams that have qualified for the PMWI 2022 main event:

  1. Morph GGG
  2. Box Gaming
  3. Vampire Esports
  4. 4Rivals
  5. DenizBank Wildcats
  6. VIVO KEYD
  7. Aton Esports
  8. 52 Esports
  9. Stalwart Esports
  10. Nigma Galaxy
  11. Virtual Gaming Squad
  12. TJB Esports EU
  13. Back2Back
  14. REGAN.S GAMING
  15. DWG KIA
  16. DONUTS USG
  17. Team SouL
  18. Team Falcons

This is everything you need to know about PMWI 2022. You can watch the tournament on Twitch, YouTube and other social media pages of PUBG Mobile Esports.

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