AEC PUBG MOBILE ENTRY

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Welcome to the AEC’s online PUBG Mobile Tournament entry page.

Please note:

  • You must be available to play your Nationals in November 2020.
  • You must be able to play online with good internet connectivity with a low latency or ping.
  • Your details will be passed on to your country operator for verification and onward qualification to participate at your country nationals.

If you are a country operator with gamers ready to take part from your country, kindly direct all your players to register here.

 

COUNTRIES WITHOUT COUNTRY OPERATORS

Individuals with no knowledge of country operators can register their interest here. We will do our best to match up single players and collaborate effectively with your participation.

 

Before entering, please ensure each member of your team:

  • Will be available during the nationals qualifiers in November 2020.
  • Has access to a compatible Gaming Phone
  • Has an updated copy of PUBG Mobile installed
  • Has read through our tournament rules here
  • Is familiar with the format of the tournament
  • Has access and permission to use your clan logo
  • Has an PUBG Mobile account
  • Has the PUBG Mobile ID of teammates and subs or simply state TBC if you are still gathering this info
  • To sign-up your team for the tournament, you will need to fill out the form below with details for all players

PUBG MOBILE

This 5 week long tournament shall be played by 96 African PUBGM teams consisting of four (4) phases: Group stages, Quarter Finals, Semi-finals and The Finals.

 

GROUP STAGES (GS)

The group stages also known as the Regional Qualifiers will have twelve (12) groups.

The top eight (8) from each group proceeds to the quarter finals after a total of 66 games are played.

 

QUARTER FINALS (QF)

The qualifying teams shall then be placed into six (6) groups. Once again, the top eight (8) teams from each group proceeds to the Semi Finals. The 9th and 10th teams from these same groups shall play a probation round and eight (8) of them promoted to the Semi Finals.

A total of 12 games shall be played from

 

SEMI FINALS (SF)

The semis shall consist of four (4) groups comprising the main qualifiers of the QF and the Probation Group. After their rounds of matches, the top four (4) shall then be promoted to THE FINALS.

 

THE FINALS

The finals shall host the top sixteen (16) teams that will endure all stages of the competition and battle it out for the cash prize and the title ‘African Champions’.