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Vivo Malaysia officially announces that registration for the PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2019 (PMNC 2019) starts today for Malaysian teams with a total of RM114,000 in the prize pool to be won by. With the success of its first year, PUBG MOBILE Malaysia National Championship (PMNC) returns for its second iteration as PMNC 2019. With its 2018 event having four state qualifiers, PMNC 2019 has expanded itself by now having six state qualifiers. The top teams across Malaysia will then emerge to lead into the Grand Finals event.

The PMNC 2019 is open to all Malaysians aged 18 and older with a valid PUBG MOBILE account made with the player’s own name and provide its identification when participating in the qualifiers.

Squads can register up to four players in order to participate and are only allowed to play with players on their roster with a registered game account. All roster changes must be made prior to the start of a cup. Playing with different players and/or illegal ringers will result in disqualification.

The six state qualifiers featured in PMNC 2019 are Selangor, Sabah, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor and Sarawak. The top 2 teams from each qualifier will then face-off in the Grand Finals together with 4 invited pro teams, thus making a total of 16 teams to compete for the lion’s share of the MYR114,000 prize pool. The first qualifying rounds are set to take place 27 April 2019 at Sunway Lagoon.

The full schedule of the Qualifying rounds and Grand Final is as follows:

Selangor Qualifier               : 27 April 2019 @ Sunway Lagoon, Selangor

Sabah Qualifier                   : 25 May 2019 @ Suria Sabah, Sabah

Kuala Lumpur Qualifier      : 01 June 2019 @ Sunway Velocity Mall, Kuala Lumpur

Penang Qualifier                 : 15 June 2019 @ Hin Bus Depot, Penang

Johor Qualifier                    : 22 June 2019 @ Paradigm Mall, Johor Bahru

Sarawak Qualifier               : 29 June 2019 @ Emart Batu Kawa, Sarawak

Grand Finals                       : To be announced

For further details and to register, the public is encouraged to go to