16 team gear up to compete in PUBG MOBILE Pro League South Asia Championship 2021
16 best teams from across the South Asia region battling it out for a 150,000 USD prize pool at PUBG MOBILE Pro League South Asia Championship Season 1.
The PUBG MOBILE Pro League South Asia Championship Season 1 is set to begin today (June 10th) with the 16 best teams from across the South Asia region battling it out for a 150,000 USD prize pool.
A total of 24 matches that will be played across four days each day will feature a total of 6 matches across maps Erangel, Miramar and Sanhok.
The 16 competing teams are made up of nine teams from PMPL SA S3: Finals, four teams from PMCO HTM, two Teams from PMCO Wildcard, and Skylightz Gaming who were the PMPL SA S2: Finals champion.
The 16 teams who will compete in the PMPL SA Championship are:
- Skylightz Gaming (PMPL SA S2 Winner)
- DRS GAMING (PMPL SA Finals)
- ZEUS ESPORTS (PMPL SA Finals)
- 7Sea Esports (PMPL SA Finals)
- Deadeyes Guys (PMPL SA Finals)
- Trained to Kill (PMPL SA Finals)
- A1 Esports 1952 (PMPL SA Finals)
- HIGH VOLTAGE (PMPL SA Finals)
- STALWARxFLEX (PMPL SA Finals)
- PN Crew (PMPL SA Finals)
- LIT Esports (PMCO HTM)
- Nightmare (PMCO HTM)
- INV Esports (PMCO HTM)
- SDGaming (PMCO HTM)
- Astra Academy (PMCO Wildcard)
- APES INC (PMCO Wildcard)
You can watch the PMPL SA Championship on PUBG MOBILE Esports’ YouTube, Facebook and Twitch channels, with the event kicking off at 18:00 (GMT +5:30).
The PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) is the regional and national pro-level competition in the PUBG MOBILE Esports program. The PMPL covers four Regional Championships including PMPL Southeast Asia Championship, PMPL Americas Championship, PMPL South Asia Championship and PMPL EMEA Championship. Participants in the PMPL include the best teams from the PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) and the PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC). The entire PUBG MOBILE Esports program offers a total prize pool of $14,000,000 USD for 2021, the highest in mobile esports history.
As the official smartphone partner of PUBG MOBILE Esports in South Asia in 2021, OPPO will play an active part in bringing exceptionally immersive and fluid gaming experience to the region's gaming enthusiasts.
PUBG MOBILE is based on PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, the phenomenon that took the world of interactive entertainment by storm in 2017. Up to 100 players parachute onto a remote island to battle in a winner-takes-all showdown. Players must locate and scavenge their own weapons, vehicles and supplies, and defeat every player in a visually and tactically rich battleground that forces players into a shrinking play zone.