Mineski Indonesia, in partnership with Tencent, is taking esports to another level as we bring the game closer to the students with the PUBG Mobile Campus Champions 2019 (PMCC). Our offline tournament plans to visit at least 64 schools within the duration of the tournament
PMCC Indonesia 2019 will be an official esports competition that will be held with the goal of polishing students’ abilities in PUBG Mobile esports and optimizing their potential to advance their budding gaming careers to a higher level.
Participants from each school will be pitted with each other in the Campus Qualifier and Wildcard Qualifier stages until the entire field is down to the 16 best squads will be selected to qualify for the Grand Final in Jakarta. All finalists will compete for the title of the best PUBG Mobile team in Indonesia with a prize pool of IDR 232,900,000.
To add to that, our Indonesian team is also organizing a search for the PMCC 2019 Campus Ambassador. It was open to every female student across the country as long as they are currently enrolled for their academic year. The chosen contestants will be the PUBG Mobile student ambassadors to universities throughout the country and will be Tencent’s main influencers in the said market.
Aside from choosing student ambassadors for the game, we, together with Tencent, are also setting out to find the next big caster in the Rising Caster Hunt. Whoever wins the hunt will get to commentate a game in the PMCC 2019 Grand Finals.
Spicing up the developments for student esports activities are forums planned to be held in at least three universities, namely Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Institut Pertanian Bogor, and Universitas Indonesia. The three schools will play hosts to our Mineski Indonesia CEO Agustian Hwang, content creators Benny Wozza and Bang Pen, and casters Pasta and Clara Wongstar who will be sharing their insights about making gaming and esports a career.
The campus tours for the esports talks will commence on January 16, 2020 and will run until February 12, 2020. The seminar, aptly titled “Career and Future Prospects of the Esports Industry” looks to accommodate at least 850 students who want to share their passion and love for gaming and esports with the speakers.
The biggest and first PUBG Mobile tournament between academic institutions in Indonesia will begin on October 2019 and will run until February 2020 for its Grand Finals.