Posted 2 years ago | by Ben Armstrong

Asian PUBGm Ultimate Warrior Showdown Tournament Kicks Off!

Players across Asia will have an opportunity to experience one of the largest PUBG Mobile tournaments out there – called “Ultimate Warrior Showdown.” Verasity is a top technology provider for gamers, viewers and developers to expand their professional experience in esports, gaming, and video entertainment.

The Verasity platform is also a network that supports both Fiat and Digital Tokens in user-generated esports and casual gaming jackpot tournaments.

Content monetized in videos gaming through Verasity Ad Stack and Proof of View (PoV), allows VeraWallet tokenized rewards (VRA) and loyalty schemes, and also helps over 2 million video creators to increase their SDK products' commitment and revenues by 35% by using their SDK products.

The Ultimate Warrior Showdown is Here!

South East Asian participants can access the Ultimate Warrior Showdown and enjoy being with several leading Asian teams in the invitational esport competition. All teams will play an open qualifying tournament where the best 10 teams will enter the Grand Final and fight for a combined prizepool of $1500.

The PUBGm Tournament will be supported by Verasity’s partnership with Tencent Esports – a well-known name in the gaming industry, Athena Gaming – a major media company in Asia, and OKEx – a Tier 1 token exchange.

Loads of Top Gamers

Even though the tournament just kicked off, there have been a number of pro esports teams confirming their participation – T1 ( South Korea), Team Secret (Thailand), Elementrix (Nepal), NOVA Esports (China), XQF (China) and Onic Sports (Indonesia), marking a significant move towards gaming creativity.

Verasity’s Esports Fight Club will take control over all the tournament's contents, from broadcast rights to branding rights

The Ultimate Warrior Showdown tournament is broadcast in three languages, which minimizes limitations in approaching the games, including: English, Korean and Chinese.

Keep an Eye On the Action

Enthusiasts can find latest tournament updates and real-time scores on the official Instagram channel of Esports Fight Club as well as those from the countries involved like China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia.

All teams joining the Ultimate Warrior Showdown tournament will compete for a prize pool of up to $15,000 to be distributed as: $5,000 (1st place team), $3,000 (2nd place team), $2,000 (3rd place team), $1,000 (4th place team and 5th place team).

The Most Valuable Player (MVP) will receive the money prize of $2,000 and a decision will be made through voting. Other tournament prizes include the amount of $500/$300/$200 for top 3 open qualifier positions and “a giveaway of 200PUBG Mobile Royale Passes for Esports Fight Club fans.”

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