PUBG Mobile Invitational starts today July 5 with a $90,000 prize pool

Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Mainland China, Taiwan, Cambodia, Pakistan, Mongolia, and Bangladesh are among the 16 invited teams from 14 different nations. The following is the entire list of teams that will be competing:


  • RSG MY (Malaysia)
  • Bigetron RA (Indonesia)
  • Demigod Incognito (Philippines)
  • Eagle Esports (Vietnam)
  • XB Blood Legion (Bangladesh)
  • PN Crew (Nepal)
  • Stalwart Freestyle (Pakistan)
  • Tong Jia Bao Esports (China)
  • Da Kun Gaming (China)
  • LIT Esports (Taiwan)
  • FaZe Clan (Thailand)
  • The Infinity (Thailand)
  • JoinMe Yellow (Cambodia)
  • Orange Esports (Cambodia)
  • DRS Gaming (Nepal)
  • 7SEA Esports (Nepal)

The $90,000 Ultimate Warrior Showdown: PUBG Mobile Asia Invitational will feature the finest PUBG Mobile teams from around Asia. It will take place from July 5 to July 7.

The 16 team PUBG Mobile tournament will have, four maps being played each day of the event starting from 20:00 GMT+8. A total of 12 maps will be played across the three days for a total prize pool of $90,000, which will be split between the top 10 teams.

The $90,000 prize money will be divided evenly among the top 12 finishers. The winner will get $27,000, while the runners-up and third-place teams will receive $18,000 and $9,000, respectively.

Esports Fight Club, a reward-based gaming company, is hosting the PUBG Mobile Asia Invitational. Huya, a Chinese streaming platform, and the firm just announced a collaboration. Huya will exclusively broadcast the competition in China. The invitational will be shown live on Esports Fight Club's Facebook page for fans all around the world.


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The PUBG Mobile tournament will be streamed in two languages. The English stream will take place on Esports Fight Club's Facebook, and the Chinese language stream will be streamed on Huya.

This is the fourth edition of the Ultimate Warriors Showdown competition, which debuted as one of Asia's largest PUBG Mobile tournaments in its first season. RJ Mark, the founder, and CEO of Esports Fight Club issued the following statement:

This is a new milestone for EFC, and is in line with our commitment to bolster gaming communities through official platforms such as Tencent and HUYA. After receiving a great response from the previous UWS, we are confident that we are on the right path to provide gamers their medium.