Global esports hosting platform Challengermode has teamed up with streaming platform Trovo to create a prize pool fund for PUBG MOBILE esports organisers and teams. The fund provides PUBG MOBILE teams the opportunity to give back to their community as part of the PUBG MOBILE Pro Team Tournament Series.
With a focus on supporting the growth of PUBG MOBILE esports around the world by offering players the chance to compete for significant prize pools, Trovo and Challengermode will enable these gaming communities to scale up and cut costs. In addition to supporting the space with prize pools, those applying to the fund will also have access to a scalable tournament platform to reduce overheads, and streaming channels to reach a wider audience.
Philip Hubner, CBDO at Challengermode said: “We’re incredibly excited to be hosting Trovo Titans’ PUBG MOBILE Pro Team Tournament Series. Trovo’s focus on mobile gaming perfectly aligns with Challengermode’s goal of making esports accessible to as many people as possible. The fund we have set up for PUBG MOBILE teams and organisers is a vital part of encouraging esports participation from the grassroots level up in this evolving space, and we’re glad that the technology of the Challengermode platform can be part of making that possible.”
The associated PUBG MOBILE Pro Team Tournament Series will see PUBG MOBILE teams from around the world offer fans and grassroots esports players a chance to compete against each other in the coming months. All the tournament rounds will be viewable through the dedicated PUBG MOBILE streams on theTrovo platform. Teams and organisers interested in the Challengermode / Trovo Pro Team Fund can find more information here.
“Despite mobile being the most common way to play games around the world, the mobile esports space is still very underserved.” said Allen Chan, Trovo Senior Operations Manager and Head of North America. “By working with Challengermode on this prize pool fund and the PUBG MOBILE Pro Team Tournament Series, we want to empower PUBG MOBILE teams to create their own dedicated space for their community, and spotlight the high levels of dedication and competition in the rapidly growing mobile esports space. We look forward to working with PUBG MOBILE teams from around the world in the coming months!”
A monthly prize pool of $2,000 will be distributed to PUBG Teams and tournament organisers through the fund, with external platform support provided by Challengermode for setting up competitions and Trovo for streaming the tournament matches. The application window opens today and will operate on a first come, first serve basis until the fund is exhausted.