Image via Tencent On the last day of the week one of PUBG Mobile World Championship Season Zero (PMGC) has been postponed due to a “power outage” at PMGC studio. Earlier today, Tencent announced that the show would be postponed for an hour due to the same. Later, it was announced that the matches would be delayed by an hour as Tencent works to resolve “major issues.” It looks like it cannot be resolved because Tencent has finally said that the game of the day will be postponed until tomorrow or Tuesday. “Our goal is to provide the best possible experience for everyone involved, and while this is a heartbreaking decision, it is the only one we can make in this situation,” Tencent said. PMGC studio is located in Katowice, Poland. It was built earlier this year as part of a partnership with esports company ESL, which also produces the PMGC. Matches will start tomorrow at 5am CT if the issue is resolved. If that does not happen, the matches will be played on Tuesday. In this case, the second week, which was due to start on Tuesday, will likely be advanced as well. While it’s unclear exactly what happened, Tencent’s eSports director Jan M. Janhke tweeted a photo with electric opponents being burnt. Jahnke also said the team will be working on a detailed announcement on what happened today. No such announcement has yet been made.
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