OPPO has announced the launch of its biggest eSports Championship, ‘Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds MOBILE Campus Championship 2018’ in partnership with Tencent Games. The mega eSports tournament will run for a month between September 26 to October 21, 2018, culminating in the grand finale to be held in Bangalore.
The championship will be experienced via OPPO’s recently launched smartphone – OPPO F9 Pro. Packed with powerful features, the F9 Pro is set to take the PUBG gaming experience to the next level. For the championship, OPPO has sponsored a prize pool of INR 50 Lakhs that will feature more than 2000 colleges from 30+ cities across the country. The mega tournament will witness participation of 10,000 teams where each team will have 4 players to play PUBG.
The championship will be streamed across social media platforms to enable eSports enthusiasts across the country to view and follow the championship. Squads of 4 from any campus in India can participate and compete. Four knockout rounds including the semi-finals will shortlist the final 20 teams to compete for the ultimate trophy at the grand finale. Registrations will be open via the official website www.pubgmobile.in from September 23.
The Tournament will have following special awards for the matches at the Grand Finals:
MVP – Overall Best Player with maximum number of MVP awards
The Executioner – Awarded for maximum kills overall
The Medic – Awarded for highest number of revives
The Redeemer – Awarded to the player with highest amount of health restored
The Rampage Freak – Awarded for maximum kills in one lobby
The Lone ranger – Awarded for Maximum Time Survived in game
The latest addition to the F series – the 6.3-inch bezel-less, 1080*2340 resolution and a super-high screen-to-body ratio of 90.8% ‘’waterdrop screen’’ delivers a perfect visual experience to achieve maximum kills as it occupies almost all of F9 Pro except for a small droplet at the top. The AI battery management will enable the gamer to advance to the next level without the hassle of charging the phone in between the game. Moreover, the VOOC Flash Charge which is independently developed by OPPO applies low voltage charging technology and offers a charging speed which is up to four times faster than general charging at 5V/1A. This enables the user to enjoy PUBG even when on the go.
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