PUBG has undoubtedly been one of the most famous games in recent times, with so many tournaments happening across the globe on a regular basis. Among all the competitions, one of the most popular ones is the PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC), which is currently going on in 17 different countries. As it stands, the final line-up of PMNC Nepal 2021 has now been decided after the conclusion of the semi-finals.
As many as 24 teams battled it out for 16 available spots in the finale. After 20 thrilling matches across 6 days, the line-up for the ultimate showdown was finally revealed. From qualified teams to dates to prize money, here is everything you need to know about PMNC Nepal 2021 Finals:
When are the finals scheduled to take place?
The finals of PMNC Nepal 2021 will happen from August 12 to August 15, over a period of 4 days. With 16 teams competing against each other, there will be 6 matches every day with a total of 24 matches in the competition.
Which 16 teams have qualified for PMNC Nepal 2021 Finals?
Ekta Sports (232 points/107 kills), PN Crew (206 points/106 kills) and Skylightz Gaming (203 points/84 kills) secured the top three spots in the semi-finals of the tournament and will be the teams to watch out for in the showdown. The list of all the finalists of the competition is as follows:
1. Ekta Esports
2. PN Crew
3. Skylightz Gaming
5. Ruthless Aggressive Warriors
6. High Voltage
8. Vibes Esports
9. Trained to Kill
10. Triku Nepal
11. Team Xtreme
12. Wayout Satan
13. DRS Gaming
14. PWP Esports
15. Kings Nepal
16. Let's Go
What is the prize pool of the tournament?
The PMNC 2021 Finals will have a mega prize pool of $30,000 i.e. 35 Lakh Nepalese Rupees. The amount comes to around 22 Lakh Indian Rupees.
Who will be the players to watch out for?
The semi-finals of PMNC Nepal 2021 witnessed some incredible individual performances. The most impressive players were as follows:
1. JMXGUNNER - 45 Kills
2. PN'SAND3SH - 44 Kills
3. HV OZZIE - 41 Kills
4. DRSXGYALZEN - 34 Kills
Where can you watch PMNC Nepal 2021 Finals?
The tournament will be streamed live on YouTube and the Facebook Page of PUBG Mobile Esports. All 24 matches will be covered on the platform from August 12 to August 15.