PMGC Grand Final Records Viewership peaked at 852,000 viewers,Turkish organisation S2G Esports claim the trophy.
The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 ( PMGC ), the PUBG final LAN tournament of the season best matches ever to watch, concluded on January 8th and has recorded a slight increase in viewing figures in comparison to its previous edition .The tournament, which saw Turkish organisation S2G Esports claim the trophy, peaked at 852,000 viewers according to analytics firm Esports Charts. The PUBG Mobile Global Championship is the final event of the season and is operated by game developer KRAFTON as well as technology company Tencent. If you need more information about PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 Records Viewership Increase then read carefully and don’t forget to share your friends.
In this PMGC grand final tournament have total of 48 teams took part in the tournament, which featured a $4m (~£3.2m) prize pool. The inaugural Global Championship took place in 2020 with the grand finals held in Dubai. The 2022 tournament’s peak viewing figures of 851,780 makes it the fifth-highest PUBG Mobile event in the history of the esport. Compared to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 Finals, the peak number of viewers increased by 31.7% despite the removal of BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) from the Indian market last year.
The most-watched match of the tournament was Round 18 during the grand finals, which crowned S2G Esports as the winners and the recipients of $510,000 (~£417,934) in prize money.In addition to impressive peak viewership growth, the 2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship recorded a total of 27.3m hours watched. However, it’s important to note that the competition is still way being viewership figures recorded at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season 0 in 2020/2021. The inaugural Global Championship has a peak viewership of 3.8m, according to the esports data platform.
The 2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship took place in Malaysia’s Battle Arena and the Jakarta International Expo in Indonesia’s capital city. Turkish organisation S2G Esports claim the trophy, peaked at 852,000 viewers according to analytics firm Esports Chart .The country is heavily involved in the PUBG Mobile scene, and hosts one of four regional leagues alongside Thailand, Vietnam, and MYSGPG (Malaysia/Singapore/Philippines). During the event, it was revealed that the next location for the Global Championship will be Turkey.
The tournament drew 184,000 viewers at its peak. On average viewerships in any tournament, 104,000 total people watched each game day in this tournament of the competition simultaneously very exciting matches in this PMGC grand final. The championship aired for total 70 hours and garnered more than seven million hours of viewing. For comparison, PGC 2021 drew 189,000 viewers at peak and PUBG Nations Cup 2022 gathered 239,000.