PUBG Mobile Lite is accessible on Android phones that run on less than 2 GB RAM. The game is a toned-down version of PUBG Mobile. The total number of teams in the lite version is 15, while the main version has 25 groups fighting for the 'Chicken Dinner.' In developing countries like India, PUBG Lite is in-demand and loved by people who own budget phones. PUBG Lite only needs 1 GB RAM so you can experience the game with smoother frame rates. Tencent Games also likes to keep the players in the loop with exciting tournaments. The recent Battle of Champions tournament for PUBG Lite was very successful. Moreover, these online tournaments also allow players who spend their valuable time on the game.
Format of PUBG Mobile Lite Championship
Multiple phases of the Championship will test the teams before the showdown. In the first phase, every team will play ten matches to prove their worth. The organizers will select top performing 60 teams for the next stage. These teams will battle in an online competition. However, there is a catch in the second phase. Out of the 60 teams, 16 teams will come from the previous events, and some of the teams the top influencer teams will also play. PMLC will divide these teams into four groups, and the top three from each group will qualify for the leading tier of the Championship.
The final phase of the tournament will feature the top 15 teams, and they will battle online for the trophy. The winning team will also get a 'Chicken Dinner' prize money of ₹5,00,000. You can register for this fantastic heavenly prize pool before 30th August.
Previously this year, PUBG Lite's Battle of the Champions gave a chance to the gamers to win ₹25,000. The second and third-placed teams were also a winner and won ₹15,000 and ₹10,000, respectively. Apart from the Battle of Champions, PUBG Lite Champions League is also a stage for the esports lovers to win big. Winners of these tournaments get a wild card entry in the second phase of the PMLC 2020. With these tournaments, Tencent is encouraging the growth of eSports in India, which is popular among the youth.