With so many games out there, there’s a possibility you might have never heard about PUBG Mobile before, however, this free-to-play, online multiplayer brand is one of the most popular “Battle Royale” games across the world.  

PUBG, which stands for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, recently announced their sponsoring of a very special -yet tiny- new tournament, designed alone for the growing South American Esports market and called PUBG Mobile’s Copa America Poco X3 TournamentBoy! That was long

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PUBG Mobile Copa America Facts

As is well known by most of us, the South America esports region is one of the more neglected world sections out there, lacking the typical set of high-profile esports competitions we see in other places. On top of it all, it also suffered greatly due to the onslaught of the Covid-19 virus earlier this year, and just like the rest of the world, it is still severely affected by it. In view of this, many important esports entities have extended their hand in solidarity and opened up brand-new esports spaces for the local players to join. 

The PUBG Mobile Copa America will kick off this upcoming November 21 and it will feature a total of 25 teams from the greater South America region, including Brazil. Those interested in watching the competition can do so via Twitch, via either the Portuguese or Spanish-language PUBG Channels available on the platform. 

Even though no teams have been yet officially announced to participate in the tourney, a promotional video posted online revealed the identity of some streamers rumoured to take part in it. Those checking out the PUBG Copa America can also enter a contest to win a chinese-made Xiaomi Poco X3 smartphone.

The tournament’s streaming is set to begin by 5 pm ET on November 21; the prize pool was announced to be at  $7,000 USD…. Not much when compared to other more-established events but still, a very respectable starting pool figure for an up-&-coming esports league. 

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