All Indian PUBG players out there! Here’s good news for you’ll! Tech giant HP has partnered with the most played battle royale game to give its fans a chance to showcase their skillset. The HP OMEN Challenger Series event will take place in 11 Countries - India, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, China, Japan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand. Registration for the event has already begun, interested players can submit their squad details on the OMEN Gaming website.
The tournament will kick-start on September 14 and will have three stages of qualification. The first stage, preliminary qualifier round, will have four check-in slots. Each slot will be capped at 20 squads (4 players each squad), three rounds will be played per slot. The top 5 teams from each slot will secure their slot for the qualifying round.
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After this, in the final qualifying round, teams from different countries will have six matches to dominate their slots. The final event will take place in Bangkok from November 2 to November 4, where 40 teams will battle for their survival and the winning team can get a combined cash prize of USD 50,000 (Approx. 35 lakhs). Tinder Adds Bitmoji to Up the Flirting Game! Swipe Right & Impress Your Match With Stickers via Snapchat.
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It is to be noted though that this tournament will not allow any pro players to participate since the competition is designed for amateur players. Secondly, the match is for the PC platform players only. It is quite interesting for Indian gamers since such events could increase the hype around gaming tournaments to happen in India. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds have been a massive success after the launch of the beta version. The battle royale system, which allows players to join a squad of four or take a solo route to survival in a map which shrinks time to time has been the top-played game for more than a year now.