THE PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUES KICK OFF

PUBG MOBILE has unveiled the all-new tournament PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) as the pro-level addition to this year’s mobile esports program. Creating suitable stages and additional competing chances for professional players and teams, PMPL 2020 is kicking off in various countries and regions starting from Feb 14.

PUBG MOBILE Pro Leagues will feature selected countries and regions, including Indonesia, Malaysia/Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Chinese Taipei, as well as South Asia and the Americas. The league is divided into Spring and Fall seasons that culminate in the PUBG MOBILE World League (PMWL) in May and October, respectively. Top pro teams standing out from PMPLs will qualify for PMWL and even get their chance to compete for the highest honor in the World Championship in December, as well as a large chunk of the $5 million USD prize pool for the all-year esports program.

The PMPL schedules for different regions include:

  • Southeast Asia (Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia/Singapore, Vietnam): Friday, Feb. 14 to Sunday, April 19
  • Chinese Taipei: Thursday, March 12 to Sunday, April 19
  • South Asia: Thursday, March 12 to Sunday, April 5
  • North and South America: Early to late April

The PMPLs offer professional players and teams a tailored platform to compete, starting with the PUBG MOBILE Pro League 2020 in Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA 2020). From Feb 14 onwards, PMPL SEA 2020 will take place in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia, representing the largest professional tournament on country level ever held by PUBG MOBILE in Southeast Asia. PUBG MOBILE fans and community members can follow the action here beginning today.

In 2020, PUBG MOBILE completes the structure of global esports ecosystem, supporting an amateur-semipro-pro as well as country-regional-world level for players to start their esports path to stardom. Adding more suitable stages and additional competing chances to players around the world, the tournaments include PMCOs open to all-level players, PMPLs and PMWLs for professional players, as well as the World Championship for the best teams coming out on top to compete for the highest honor and unprecedented total prize pool of $5 million USD.

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