PUBG Mobile Duos Madness Cup announced by ACGL with R10,000 prize pool

PUBG Mobile Duos Madness

PUBG Mobile Duos Madness Cup announced by ACGL with R10,000 prize pool

African Cyber Gaming League (ACGL) has announced something a bit different for their next big PUBG Mobile cup. It is called the PUBG Mobile Duos Madness cup, and the twist is that each week in the three qualifiers, certain weapon restrictions will be in play. Here’s what you need to know about the PUBG Mobile Duos Madness cup.

PUBG Mobile Duos Madness Cup details

First up, and most importantly, registrations for the PUBG Mobile Duos Madness Cup qualifiers are now open, so you can grab a friend and join in the action, for free. Simply head on over to ACGL’s dedicated page for the cup and sign up for some great local esports action.

ACGL explains:

“The qualifiers for the PUBG Mobile Duos Madness will see the weapons used each week being restricted. Are you and your duo more adept with sniper rifles, then qualifier one will be for you. Assault rifles more your thing? Then maybe try and qualify in week two. Each qualifier will only feature one map per week.”

Check out the dates for the qualifiers as well as the weapons to be used below.

  • 15 October: Qualifier 1 | Snipers and Pistols Only | Miramar
  • 22 October: Qualifier 2 | Assault Rifles Only | Vikendi
  • 29 October: Qualifier 3 | SMGs and Shotguns Only | Sanhok
  • 5 November: Final

The top 15 teams from each qualifier will make their way into the finals to fight for their share of the R10,000 prize pool. The finals of the PUBG Mobile Duos Madness Cup will also have weapon restrictions across all three maps in play, putting an exciting twist on this local tournament.

Prize pool distribution:
  • 1st Place: R5,000
  • 2nd Place: R2,500
  • 3rd Place: R1,000
  • 4th Place: R600
  • 5th Place: R500
  • 6th Place: R400

Matches are scheduled to start at 19:00 SAST, and the finals will be streamed live on ACGL’s YouTube channel, giving esports fans something fun to watch on 5 November.

As always, you should follow ACGL on TwitterFacebook, as well as join their Discord server so you can stay up to date with all the latest happenings from the South African tournament organizer.

Header image via ACGL.

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