PUBG Mobile Pro League to be held online due to fear of CORONAVIRUS

The Competition will start on 19th March without any fan or viewers presence

Tencent Games joins a growing list of tech corporations who have been moving their happenings online

Beijing: Tencent and PUBG Corporation announced that the PUBG Mobile Pro League will turn now into an online competition until additional notification due to ongoing coronavirus hasty.

“The capability and safety of our cast list and operate are our first earnestness. Due to unexpected conditions related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak,” the company said in a statement that they have decided to convert the PUBG MOBILE Pro League South Asia 2020 to the online event.

The event will take place on 19th March without any fan or listeners presence. In the interim, one could enjoy the game through our live streaming stages, the PUBGM India stations of Facebook and YouTube.

The company added. ,” That they direct all the administration and commended safety measures and as we continue to welcome you all to enjoy the game  PUBG MOBILE.

With the latest expansion, Tencent Games joins a growing list of tech companies who have been poignant their events online.

Lately, Google declared that they will be cancelling I/O 2020 and Facebook’s F8 as well as Microsoft’s MVP Summit, have also been called off.

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