The process of in-game qualifiers is different this time. Once registered, the squad is required to play 15 classic mode matches in the span for 5 days (20th May – 27th May) 10 best matches out of the 15 will be considered for qualification to the online playoffs.
992 Teams qualified from the in-game qualifers would be playing pre-qualifiers.
62 groups (1 group = 16 teams) would be formed.
Each team will be grouped with a total of 16 teams and will play the best of 2 matches (Map: Erangel).
Four teams from each group with the best cumulative score (Placement points + Kills points) will move on to Online qualifiers (Round 1).
No, only mobile phones are allowed in the tournament.
No, triggers and emulators or any other add-on devices are strictly prohibited. Team/players will be disqualified if found to be using additional devices.
No, you can’t use unregistered players once the tournament begins.
Registrations for PUBG Mobile India Series is now closed. You will not be able to modify your roster now.
You can find the scoring criteria and distribution in the Rulebook.
The team name cannot be changed after registration. The submitted name will be used for further proceedings until the next round of qualifications. You can mail us your concerns for further clarifications.
As per the rule book, all players need to be above 16 years of age. You have to be 16 years as of 6th May, 2020 to be eligible to participate.