"Besides minor issues, PUBG Mobile takes the successful formula of the original PC version and moves it successfully to mobile devices."
The team has four players, a sub, and a manager.
The app has been downloaded more than 1 billion times.
The roster is set to be announced soon.
That figure is almost 1/7 of the world's population.
The PUBG Corporation isn't holding back this year.
Tencent has been swinging the ban pan.
The hope is to make PUBG Mobile the first tier-one mobile esports.
The event will feature 24 teams competing for a piece of a $2 million prize pool.
The $2 million prize pool ESL event will also see Mountain Dew and OnePlus as sponsors.
The team clawed its way back after finishing 11th in the regular season.
The team made off with the top prize after an unstoppable run.
$200,000 is at stake in the upcoming second season.
Sign-ups for the first open qualifiers are open now.
The team bested the competition with 191 total points.
The competition offers up the largest prize pool the mobile shooter has seen to date.