PUBG Maldives Championship Contender Series Begins Tomorrow

The new PUBG Mobile event by Ooredoo Nation and E2S Gaming, the PUBG Maldives Championship Contender Series begins tomorrow.

We previously reported on the series when it was announced. One of the key selling points of the series was the large prize pool of MVR 100,000 which made it possibly the biggest PUBG tournament in the Maldives yet.

After the August 15 deadline for team registration passed, we are now on the cusp of kicking the event off. A total of 63 squads will be fighting for the crown.

As mentioned before, the Ooredoo PUBG Mobile Championship Contender Series 1 is the first PUBG qualifier tournament in a planned series. These qualifier events will take place from August to October 2022.

The top three teams of each qualifier event will then go on to compete in the official qualifier event, scheduled for November 2022. 

You can learn more about the inner workings of the tournament from the graphic below:

In any case, the tournament begins with a match on the Erangel map at 08:00 PM local time, followed by a match on the Sanhok map at 08:45 PM local time, followed by a match on the Miramar map at 09:30 PM, and then a match on the Erangel map at 08:15 PM.

The graphic below can give you a look at a more detailed breakdown of how the tournament will proceed:

Any viewers who want to tune in to watch this event can tune in to Ooredoo Nation on Twitch where they will be able to witness all the trials and tribulations of the teams, live. Make sure to support your favorite teams!

We wish all of the teams taking part the best of luck and hope to see some amazing plays throughout the qualifiers and the grand finale!

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