PUBG Mobile, co-developed by Lightspeed and Quantum Studios of Tencent Games and Krafton, based on Krafton’s PUBG IP and one of the world’s most popular mobile games, announced that it will be one of eight games included in the official esports program for the 19th Asian Games which will be held in Hangzhou, China.
The Games, a multi-sport event that’s held every four years, will run from Sept 10 to 25, 2022 will see competitors playing on the PUBG Mobile Asian Games version for their chance at gold.
Tencent Games’ director of global esports, James Yang, in a statement said that it was an honour for PUBG Mobile to be included and the company is excited to see the players compete in the games.
Recognised by the International Olympic Committee as the second-largest event of its kind, behind only the Olympics, the Asian Games first paved the way for esports representation with its inclusion as a demonstration sport in 2018, and next year, the esports will be part of the official programme as well as a medalled event.
As one of the largest and most accessible esports programmes in the world, PUBG Mobile’s esports circuit has seen massive growth in 2021 with 14 new leagues and a total prize pool of US$15 million for the year, the highest in mobile esports history.
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