PUBG Mobile Kicks Off PMPL 2020

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PUBG Mobile announced that the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) for 2020 has officially started. By adding this to the mobile esports program for this year, this should give professional teams and players more chances to compete.

PMPL is going to feature some countries and regions like Vietnam, Thailand, and South Asia. The League is going to be divided into the Spring season, scheduled for May, and the Fall season, which is in October. It then culminates in the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL), where the top pro teams in the PMPLs get to battle for a large share of the $5 million prize pool in December.

PMPL 2020 has already started and the schedules for the different regions are:

  • 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

As seen from the schedule, PMPL SEA 2020 has already started and is going to take place in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. By far, this serves as the largest professional tournament organized by PUBG Mobile on a country level in Southeast Asia.

For 2020, PUB Mobile shared that the game is going to complete the structure for its global esports ecosystem. Through this, PUBG Mobile developers hope that it will be able to support not only amateur-semipro-pro players, but also a country-regional-world level wherein players can start their esports path to stardom. While the PMPLs and PMWLs are geared for professional players, the PMCOs are open to players of all levels.

The Group Stage for the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2020 Spring Split is currently ongoing with at least 42,000 teams fighting to show who the best of the best is. Read more about it here.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, or PUBG, is an online multiplayer battle royale game said to have ben inspired by the movie Battle Royale. The game has a maximum of 100 players being parachuted to an island where they then scavenge for weapons and equipment and try to survive. To ensure that the game doesn't last too long, the size of the safe area decreases over time. This results in players being placed in tighter areas, forcing more fights. The last team or player standing wins.

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