List of 24 Teams to Compete in PUBGM Pro League 2020

PUBG Mobile Pro League 2020, this Southeast Asian-scale PUBG Mobile competition will soon begin the regular season round. A total of 24 teams will compete for 16 slots in the PUBG Mobile Pro League 2020 grand final, continuing the fight for the prize pool of a total prize pool of 1,500,000 USD.

In the group stage, these 24 teams will be divided into 3 groups, each inhabited by four invited teams and the other four from qualification. The league system will be applied in this round to determine who has the right to advance to the playoffs. Who are the 16 teams that will qualify to play the PMPL 2020 Indonesia event?

‘Seeing Indonesia’s achievements at PMCO in 2019 made us excited to see the performance of the best Professional PUBG teams in Indonesia. PUBG Mobile Pro League 2020 is proof of our commitment to continue to improve and support the esports industry to the highest level. We hope that from PMPL 2020 Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia, can become a reliable team that will represent and compete with the entire world PUBG team on the PUBG Mobile Pro League stage, “said Oliver Ye, Director of Marketing for PUBG Mobile for Southeast Asia.

Following are the 24 participating PMPL 2020 teams and group divisions:

This group stage stage will take place from 6 to 29 March 2020. You can also watch the game directly at Studio Sepat 72, Pasar Minggu. The climax, PMPL 2020 on April 4-5 featured 16 teams fighting over three SEPL Finals 2020 PMPL slots.

In the Grand Final round, the team with the best standings will continue the struggle in the PUBG Mobile World League to compete with other teams from around the world. Southeast Asia will have 6 seats to send representatives to the PUBG Mobile World League namely Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Teams in second, third and fourth positions will get a second chance to go to the PUBGM World League through the Southeast Asia PMPL Grand Final. There, 16 teams from Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore will compete for two tickets to the world competition.

You can watch all PUBG Mobile Pro League 2020 matches on its official streaming platform, Facebook.

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