PUBG Mobile Japan League Season Zero Starts Today And Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Everything that you need to know about PUBG Mobile Japan League: Season Zero!

PUBG Mobile Japan League Season Zero Starts Today And Here’s Everything You Need To Know
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PUBG Mobile Japan League Season Zero starts today August 29th and will be carried out till Oct 18th with a prize pool of over $90,000 on the line. The league is a replacement for PUBG mobile Japan Championship to become the grand tournament Japan has to offer. The winner of the tournament will bag in a slot for themselves for the recently announced Global Championship Season Zero.

Teams will be coming from open qualifiers for which registrations are not accepted anymore. To make it to the finals, the pathway is long, from open qualifiers to group stages, to semifinals and then the grand finals.

And the Format?

Three stages of groups, from first only the top 64 teams move further to stage two and from stage two, only 32 teams go-ahead to stage three.

Moving ahead, out of 32 teams from the third stage of the group only the top 23 teams carry forward to semifinals of the event where they will be joined by PMJC season three winner - REJECT Scarlet. The 24 teams now will be divided into 3 groups of 8 team each. Every team to play a total of 24 matches each to decide the rankings of semifinals.

After the long run, the best 16 teams out of the 24 will be playing at the grand finals which is a LAN event that is all set to happen on Oct 17th and 18th. The finals to have 12 matches to be played in all.

But When?

The PUBG Mobile Japan League Season Zero will be every played every Saturday and Sunday of the week, Starting today Aug. 29th to Oct 28th.

  • Group Stage Phase 1: August 29th - 30th
  • Group Stage Phase 2: September 5th - 6th
  • Group Stage Phase 3: September 12th - 13th
  • Semifinals: September 26th -27th, October 3rd - 4th and 10th - 11th.
  • Grand Finals: October 17th - 18th.

How is the Points Distribution?

Each kill gets one point whereas the match to follow the following structure.

  • 1st place: 15 pts
  • 2nd place: 12 pts
  • 3rd place: 10 pts
  • 4th place: 8 pts
  • 5th place: 6 pts
  • 7th place: 2 pts
  • 8th - 12th place: one point
  • 13th - 16th place: zero points

And where at?

The whole event will be live-streamed on the official channel of PUBG Japan YouTube Channel(PUBG Japan YouTube) starting today at 1 am CT.