PUBG Mobile fans will be disappointed to know that after the second day, PUBG Mobile Global Championship: Day 3 of the finals has also been postponed due to some network issues.
It was announced on the social media platform that the matches on the second day of the tournament were postponed due to network issues of the PUBG mobile team.
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Initially, the tournament was scheduled the LAN event and to be held in Dubai, UAE. The event was then shifted online after three anonymous players tested positive for COVID-19. However, Tencent put all competitors in self-quarantine, and now they are competing with their hotel rooms.
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The officials said that since the players were playing far away from their hotel rooms, it had some technical and network problems.
They also assured everyone that PUBG Mobile’s technical team is monitoring the situation and working tirelessly to resolve network issues for the matches.
PUBG Mobile Esports also apologized to their fans for not bringing the matches to them. They said that they appreciates the patience and support shown by the fans.
The matches are scheduled to start on YouTube from today, but no announcement has been made by PUBG Mobile officials in this regard.
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Earlier, during the first day of the tournament, six matches were held. Klas Digital Athletic from Turkey sits comfortably on the top of the leaderboard with 80 points and two chicken dinner. They are followed by 4 Angry Man from China and Natus Vincere from Ukrainian with 75 and 68 points, respectively. World champion defenders Bigredron Red Alien sit at the bottom of the table with just 15 points from six matches.
Fans of PUBG Mobile Esports are hoping and eagerly waiting for the tournament to start so that they can see the best in the world compete for ultimate glory.