The PUBG MOBILE Star Challenge Arabia (PMSC) has returned to the region, featuring some of the leading Esports teams from across the Middle East competing for their share of a prize pool of $100,000.
Sixteen of the top teams from the region will compete across three days, in an action-packed, virtual PUBG MOBILE tournament, that promises to be a showcase event for Middle East Esports talent and professionalism.
PMSC is the leading official PUBG MOBILE invitational tournament, and this edition marks the fourth time the event has been held in the Middle East. From 29th April to 1st May, the sixteen teams will go head-to-head in a series of livestreamed matches, which will be available to view online in PUBG MOBILE and PUBG MOBILE MENA social channels.
The PUBG MOBILE action is only part of the entertainment that PMSC Arabia is sharing with fans for this special Ramada edition. On 1st May, eight of the top PUBG MOBILE content creators from the region will lead their own hand-picked teams, in a fun Showmatch featuring a very special sports commentator – Mohammed Henedy. As part of his Ramadan collaboration with PUBG MOBILE, Henedy will be turning his talents to commentary, alongside one of the region’s most popular Esports livecasters, for a colour commentary unlike any other.
The Showmatch will see the eight featured influencers – Rima Stars; horrible; Rita; D-Gray; Joe Gaming; Flaregun; Akram Gaming; and Sabritos – select their own teams from the pool of Esports professionals competing in PMSC Arabia, who will then face off in one free-for-all knockabout round of PUBG MOBILE. The Showmatch will be broadcast on PUBG MOBILE MENA at 12AM (GMT+4) on 2nd May.
The PMSC Arabia entertainment got started with an exclusive live half-time show performance on 29th of April from Lil Easy, one of the most popular rap artists from the region.
PMSC Arabia Ramadan Edition will be broadcast live on PUBG MOBILE MENA social channels.
The teams competing for the $100,000 prize pool are:
- Rico Infinity Team (KSA)
- Arab GSG (Iraq)
- YaLLa Esports (KSA)
- Frag Gunz Esports (Iraq)
- Road To Glory (Morocco)
- Nasr Esports (Levant)
- Zombies Esports (Iraq)
- Alpha Legends (Lebanon)
- Raad Esports (Egypt)
- Sudor Esports (KSA)
- Fate Esports (Jordan)
- Falcons Esports (KSA)
- Galaxy Racer (UAE)
- iKurd (Iraq/Kurd)
- Team Kout (Kuwait/KSA)
- The SNP/Snipers (Egypt)