The PUBG Mobile World League Season Zero Finals Start Tomorrow

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PUBG Mobile announced that the World League Season Zero Finals tournament starts tomorrow, August 6, and runs through August 9. A total of 16 teams each from the East and West League are heading into the final phase of the $850,000 online global season.

The PMWL Season Zero is a new global esports program that started on July 11. As a result of the global pandemic, this was changed to an online only format with 20 teams joining the World League East and another 20 teams taking part of the World League West. This was then whittled down to 16 teams for each league.

The final teams for each league are:

  • East League
    • BIGETRON RED ALIENS
    • KING OF GAMERS CLUB
    • REJECT.SCARLET
    • U LEVEL UP ESPORTS
    • GXR CELTZ
    • TEAM SECRET
    • OR ESPORTS
    • BOX GAMING
    • TEAMIND
    • MEGASTARS
    • YOODO GANK
    • T1
    • TSM-ENTITY
    • VALDUS THE MURDER
    • SYNERGE
    • RRQ ATHENA
  • West League
    • LOOPS ESPORTS
    • WILDCARD GAMING
    • FUTBOLIST
    • TEMPO STORM
    • DREAMEATERS
    • CLOUD9
    • B4 ESPORTS
    • KONINAPOWER
    • PITTSBURGH KNIGHTS
    • TEAM QUESO
    • TEAM UNIQUE
    • NOVA ESPORTS
    • YALLA ESPORTS
    • TEAM UMBRA
    • ALPHA LEGENDS
    • UDRKILLERS

Livestreams of the matches can be viewed on the official PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube channel here. Matches in the East League begin at 8:00 AM EDT while the West League starts at 2:00 PM EDT.

Social Campaigns Update

Back in early July, PUBG Mobile launched its #PUBGMPlayAsOne campaign to help Direct Relief with its COVID-19 global response project of supplying medical aid to frontline healthcare workers. This campaign has resulted in PUBG Mobile raising and donating $2 million. While the in-game campaign has indeed ended, players and community members can still donate directly to Direct Relief here.

In addition, PUBG Mobile also hosted its Global Extreme Challenge. This initiative had the objective of bringing positivity and encouragement to the world in gaming ways. To make this happen, celebrities, professional athletes, influencers, and star gamers from around the world were invited to an online show match that was broadcast last July 30.

Scout of Fnatic led his team into winning the South Asia leg of the show match. Meanwhile in Southeast Asia, it was the team led by Indonesian actor and TV presenter Gading who took home the crown. Over in South America, professional footballer Paulo Dybala and his team got the championship. Finally for the North America and Europe champion, it was the team of Kevin de Bruyne that took first place.

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