The second season of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia will kick off on Oct. 15. The top 20 teams from across the South Asian region will compete for a share of the $65,000 prize pool, as well as 16 slots to the PMPL South Asia season two finals. The total prize pool for the season is $200,000.
While it hasn’t been announced yet, the top teams from the finals will likely make it to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) in late November. It has a prize pool of $2 million.
The PMPL South Asia was supposed to kick off last month but was delayed following the ban of PUBG Mobile in India on Sept. 2. The Indian ministry of IT and electronics alleged the game was stealing users’ data in an unauthorized manner to server locations outside India. Following this, Tencent decided to disallow all Indian players from participating in the tournament.
Due to this, 17 teams from the Indian region were disqualified from the Pro League. Two teams have been given back their slots, however, after signing a roster of non-Indian players.
Here is everything you need to know about the PMPL South Asia season two. This information has been collected through PUBG Mobile Esports’ social media handles and Liquipedia.
- The 20 teams have been divided into five groups of four groups each.
- The teams will play in a round-robin format for three weeks. A total of 60 matches will be played with each team playing 48 matches.
- Each week will feature four matchdays with five matches taking place every day.
- The top three teams from each group will qualify for the finals.
- The highest placed team from the remaining non-qualified teams will also advance to the finals.
The regular season will happen for three weeks between Oct. 15 to Nov. 1. Here is the schedule:
- Week one: Oct. 15 to 18
- Week two: Oct. 22 to 25
- Week three: Oct. 29 to Nov. 1
The dates for the PMPL South Asia season two finals haven’t been announced yet.
- FutureStation Esports (signed Bangladeshi roster)
- Stalwart Esports (signed Pakistan’s Team Freestyle)
PMCO South Asia
Top 14 teams from the fall split of the PMCO South Asia 2020.
- DRS Gaming
- Deadeyes Guys
- PN Crew
- Inertia Esports
- Team T2Ksg
- Abrupt Slayers
- 7Sea Esports
- Venom Legends
- A1 Esports
- CZx High Voltage
- Assiduous Esports
Top four teams from the fall split of the PMCO Pakistan 2020.
- SCYTES Esports
- 247 Gaming
- Team Bablu
- R3d Esports
Here are the five groups in the PMPL South Asia regular season.