How to watch the Peacekeeper Elite League 2020 Spring Season

The tournament will be played online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Peacekeeper Elite League 2020 spring season begins today. The league is played on the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile.

The PEL was initially supposed to be a live event but was moved to an online setting due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s everything you need to know about the league.

Format

  • The league is split into three parts: the preseason, regular season, and the finals.
  • The PEL preseason will be held from March 19 to 29 with 20 teams participating. The top-five teams from the preseason will directly qualify for the PEL Finals while the sixth to 20th placed teams will proceed to the PEL regular season.
  • The PEL regular season will be played on April 2. The top-10 teams will qualify for the PEL Finals.
  • The PEL Finals will be played from April 3 to 5.
  • All matches will be played in the first-person perspective (FPP).

Teams

For the preseason, the 20 teams have been split into four groups of five teams each.

Group A

  • X-Quest F
  • Give Me Five
  • LGD Gaming
  • DKG
  • Regans Gaming

Group B

  • JCR
  • Elite Esports
  • Four Angry Men
  • Royal Never Give Up
  • AgFox Black

Group C

  • LK Gaming
  • All Gamers
  • Ahq e-Sports Club
  • Tianba
  • TOP Esports

Group D

  • Funplus Phoenix
  • 619 Esports
  • YiQiLang
  • Still Moving Under Gunfire
  • WEFUN

Stream

The PEL 2020 spring split will be livestreamed on Huya and Douyu. Fans can catch the action starting at 3:30am CT.