Teams across the world are gearing up for this year’s PUBG MOBILE World Invitational (PMWI), with a fan vote that will allow players to get more involved in the tournament.
- The 2023 PMWI ALLSTARS Vote begins on the 26th May and will directly determine which teams qualify for the first stage of the tournament.
- Teams with the most votes from each of the 14 PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) regions will qualify for the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage, which takes place between 11th-13th July.
- Following their fantastic performance and victory at the 2022 PMWI, Vampire Esports, the 2022 PMWI Main Tournament & Afterparty Champion, have received the special invitation to the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage.
LOS ANGELES, 16th May, 2023 – PUBG MOBILE fans look out–this month is set to be full of excitement as teams across the world gear up for 2023 PUBG MOBILE World Invitational (PMWI) qualification, powered by Gamers8, the world’s largest gaming and esports festival. Supporters will have an exciting opportunity to help qualify their favourite team in the first part of the tournament through a fan vote, kicking off on 26th May through the in-game PMWI ALLSTARS Vote event. Taking place between 11th-16th July, PMWI is split into two stages, the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage which will run through the first half of the competition, and the PMWI Main Tournament which commences from the 14th of July.
The 2023 PMWI ALLSTARS Vote starts on the 26th May and players can expect to see all the teams gearing up on social media to rally support from their followers. Players should be sure to check in on their favourite team’s social channels closer to the date for more information on what they can do to help. With the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage dependent solely on fan votes, the teams will need their fans more than ever!
Only the PMPL Spring teams from the 14 PMPL regions are eligible for the vote. The team with the most votes from each region will qualify for the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage. Players should stay tuned on social media to both PUBG MOBILE ESPORTS and their favourite teams’ channels for further details, where they can find out how to help support their team gain enough votes to qualify for PMWI. Players must reach level 9 in PUBG MOBILE to be able to participate in voting.
Following their fantastic performance and victory at the 2022 PMWI, Vampire Esports, the 2022 PMWI Main Tournament & Afterparty Champion, have received the special invitation to the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage. There they’ll battle it out against other teams to compete for qualification to the PMWI Main Stage. In a format update, the top six teams of the PMWI ALLSTARS Stage will now be able to progress to the PMWI Main Stage.
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About “Gamers8 – The Land Of Heroes”:
Gamers8 is the world’s largest esports and gaming festival and the destination for elite esports champions and gaming universe lovers. It’s the ultimate place to compete for glory and become a hero walking among the worlds of your chosen story. Located in Riyadh at the heart of Saudi Arabia, Gamers8 spans a period of eight weeks from July to September 2023, with new challenges and experiences unlocked every week. You can watch the world’s top esports teams compete for the highest prize pools, attend performances by global music artists, experience your favourite gaming platforms come to life, and learn the mysteries behind the creation of video games. Gamers8 is your world and it’s your adventure to choose.
“Gamers8: The Land of Heroes” follows the success of last year’s Gamers8 at Boulevard Riyadh City. Gamers8 2022 saw the world’s best teams and players battle it out across five top titles – Rocket League, Dota 2 Riyadh Masters, Fortnite, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and PUBG Mobile – for a prize pool of $15million. The 2022 event was visited by more than 1.4 million visitors and watched by more than 132 million people around the globe. A total of 391 professional players – representing more than 61 nationalities – and 113 international teams took part in the world-class esports competitions.
Gamers8: The Land of Heroes has a total prize pool of $45 million – more than double last year’s grand prize total – and will host the elite of esports in a state of the art, purpose-built venue at Boulevard Riyadh City. The festival will conclude with a gaming and esports forum, known as “The Next World Forum”, that brings together sector leaders and experts from around the world.