- PUBG Mobile has actually been crowned as the winner of ‘Esports Mobile Game of the Year’ by the Esports Awards 2022.
- This was the 3rd time in a row PUBG Mobile was chosen under the classification since its inception in 2020.
- The previous two iterations of this category had both been won by Free Fire in 2020 as well as 2021.
PUBG Mobile, just a few days after having crossed the $9 Billion USD landmark in life time profits generation, has actually been crowned as the ‘Esports Mobile Game of the Year’ by the Esports Awards 2022. Actually, this is the first time that the mobile fight royale has actually won under this classification, since its beginning in 2020.
Regardless of previous nominations under the group, PUBG Mobile needed to acknowledge defeat to Free Fire two times, in 2020 and 2021. This year the initiatives made by the author to uplift its gameplay and content were on a different degree, particularly on the affordable front, leading to this incredible win versus a stacked list of nominees.
Esports Awards 2022: PUBG Mobile crowned winner of ‘Esports Mobile Game of the Year’ group
A total amount of eight mobile pc gaming titles were nominated under the group of ‘Esports Mobile Game of the Year’ with PUBG Mobile being called as the victor of this group, striking gold after having lost out on a win two years in a row.
All the nominees for this classification were as complies with:
- Free Fire
- PUBG Mobile
- League of Legends: Wild Rift
- Pokemon Unite
- Sector of Valor
- Mobile Legends: Bang (MLBB)
- Call of Duty: Mobile
- Quarrel Stars
Out of these 8 titles, six have actually been featured as candidates under this classification given that the category’s addition in 2020 – Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, Arena of Valor, MLBB, Call of Duty Mobile, and Brawl Stars, however only two have been crowned as the winners of Esports award.
This was the second year for Wild Rift to be nominated for this classification, while it was a launching for Pokemon Unite, a title that has taken the Indian pc gaming community by storm given that BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) was banned in the nation.
On the esports front, PUBG Mobile has actually experienced multiple significant tournaments like PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 (PMGC), PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023 (PMWI), PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022 (PMPL), PUBG Mobile Club Open 2022 (PMCO), and also much more. Therefore, you can say that Esports awards is one of the certificated proof for it.
With the year involving an end, it will certainly interest see which group will be crowned as the champion of PMGC 2022. The last 16 groups from around the world prepare to handle each other from 6th to 8th January 2023 at the Jakarta International Expo in Jakarta, Indonesia.