PUBG Mobile's 2019 Fall Split Global Finals champions took home the grand prize of ₤135,103. Vincent Wang teased some incoming features and unveiled a new anti-cheat initiative "Project: Ban Pan". Tencent announced that the game has reached 600 million downloads.
PUBG Mobile's Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals went down at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The event lasted from 29 November to 2 December 2019. Indonesia’s Bigetron RA team were declared champions after defeating their rivals from around the globe. The team took home the grand prize of ₤135,103.
Second and third place of the championship went to China's Top Esports and Thailand's Mega Esports respectively.
Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing, Tencent Games kicked off the event by thanking the PUBG community and took the opportunity to tease out various upcoming developments for the game. Those include a new colourblind feature and details about the incoming RageGear mode.
Wang also unveiled a new anti-cheat initiative "Project: Ban Pan" which will be composed of both an internal security system and out-of-game resources. The initiative will work in conjunction with the new Safety Station website which will continually address and try to prevent any suspicious behaviour.
In addition, PUBG Mobile joined forces with musicians Naim Daniel, Henry Lau and Badshah for exclusive live performances in between the 3-days competition, the highlights of which you can check out right here .
The event garnered 532 million total views in the official live-stream and 57 million total watch hours (China platforms excluded). This announcement was accompanied by the news that PUBG Mobile has amassed no less than 600 million downloads worldwide (excluding mainland China).