PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split registrations begin June 24

The tournament will be open for all players.

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Registrations for the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2020 will begin on June 24, Tencent announced at the PMPL South Asia finals today.

The PMCO is held for almost every region around the world. The competition is open for all players. It is the lowest stage of the PUBG Mobile esports ecosystem. Top teams go on to participate in the World League or the Pro Leagues. Here, the teams will even have a chance of making it to the PUBG Mobile World Championship later this year.

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Players can form teams and register for the tournament on the official website of the Club Open. More details regarding the regions and rules of the competition will likely be announced on June 24.

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The PMCO Spring Split saw over 42,000 teams register for the competition. This was an increase of 250 percent from the last year’s fall split. The PMCO Spring Split 2020 was held around February for most regions.

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