The group stage of each tournament will take place from Feb. 7 to 12. Thirty-two teams that were invited or won the qualifiers in January will face off against each other.
The complete format of the tournaments hasn’t been disclosed, but we know that the matches will be played in third-person perspective across all of the game’s maps: Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok, and Vikendi.
The group stage will kick off at 6am CT (5:30pm IST) for the South Asian tournament and at 6:30am CT (6pm IST) for the Indian event. You can be reminded of the launch times by the YouTube channels on which the events will be streamed for India and South Asia.
PMCO South Asia
The qualified teams won’t be officially announced before the matches so that the viewers can find out for themselves during the stream. The only known teams are the ones invited to the South Asian group stage due to their results in the PMCO 2019 Regional Finals:
- Entity Gaming
- Team SeouL
- Team Insidious
The teams that get to the top of the rankings will qualify for the grand finals of the PUBG Mobile World League Spring 2020, which will take place in mid-May after the Club Open’s playoffs in March.