PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2021: All That Has Been Revealed So Far

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32 teams will be competing in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational from two regions.

The prize pool is set at $80,000 for each region and another $1.5 Million will be donated to charity.

The event will lead up to the PUBG Mobile Club Opens (PMCO), the PUBG Mobile Pro Leagues (PMPL) and the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC).


PUBG Mobile is set to host its World Invitational event which will feature a charity prize pool of $3 Million. A total of 32 teams from the Eastern and Western regions will be competing in the four-day event starting 22 July. Some of the best teams in the world including Bigetron, Na’Vi and Ghost Gaming are set to be a part of the event. Following the World Invitational event, the second half of the PUBG Mobile esports calendar features the PUBG Mobile Club Opens (PMCO), the PUBG Mobile Pro Leagues (PMPL) and the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC).

PUBG Mobile World Invitational: Overview

16 teams will be participating from the Eastern region and another 16 teams will be participating from the Western region. Each region will have its separate tournament which will take place simultaneously on the event dates. The total number of matches that will be played by each team is yet to be revealed. Each event will have its separate prize pool of $80,000 each and an additional $1.5 Million will be donated to charity. Here are all of the teams that are participating in the upcoming event.

PUBG Mobile World Invitational – West

  • 19 Esports (Canada)

  • Alpha7 Esports (Brazil)

  • Chivas Esports (Mexico)

  • Team Destiny (Germany)

  • Ghost Gaming (U.S.A)

  • Team GODSENT (Ukraine)

  • GUNZ Esport (Iraq)

  • Konina Power (Kazakhstan)

  • Lakonostra MVP (United Kingdom)

  • Next Rüya Gaming (Turkey)

  • Team QLASH (France)

  • RAAD Esports (Egypt)

  • RTG Esports (Morocco)

  • Team ONYX (Georgia)

  • Team Queso (Argentina)

  • UDR Killers (Spain)

PUBG Mobile World Invitational – East

  • Team Myths (Algeria)

  • A1 Esports (Bangladesh)

  • Bigetron Red Aliens (Indonesia)

  • Team REJECT (Japan)

  • NASR Esports (Jordan)

  • Geek Fam (Malaysia)

  • ZEUS Esports (Mongolia)

  • DRS Gaming (Nepal)

  • Stalwart Esports (Pakistan)

  • BlackList International (Philippines)

  • Natus Vincere (Russia)

  • Yalla Esports (Saudi Arabia)

  • DS Gaming (South Korea)

  • Valdus Esports (Thailand)

  • Fanatic Zombies (United Arab Emirates)

  • D’Xavier (Vietnam)

PUBG Mobile World Invitational Prize Pool

The upcoming event will feature a prize pool of $3 Million of which $80,000 will be available to Eastern teams and $80,000 will be available to Western teams. An additional $1.5 Million will be contributed to charity.

PUBG Mobile World Invitational: Where to watch

The matches will be streamed live from 22 July to 25 July at: https://www.twitch.tv/pubgmobileesports

The official stream timings are not yet available.