PUBG Mobile World League 2020: Start Date, Timings, Format, Prize

There is some exciting news for PUBG Mobile fans! James Jinho Yang, director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports, Tencent Games, came live on the PMPL SA Finals stream and announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they would be changing the format from offline to online event. It wouldn’t be easy, but after thousands of tests and some deep research, they have found a fair solution to hold the PUBG Mobile World League online.

1. Increased Prize Money And Slots, Change In PMWL Format

Yang announced that the PUBG Mobile World League will have an 850,000 USD prize pool, which is the biggest ever for a single event in PUBG Mobile. As was announced earlier, slots from South Asia for the PMWL were increased from 5 to 7, and now, they have also increased slots for the SEA region by including 2 new teams from the PMPL SEA Finals.

RRQ (Thailand) and Morph (Indonesia) are the new entrants to the PUBG Mobile World League, as they finished 4th and 6th, respectively, in the SEA Finals. We will have a change in PUBG Mobile World League format overall as well, and there now 20 teams instead of 16.

PUBG Mobile World League


2. Qualified Teams For The PUBG Mobile East Spring

A total of 17 teams have already qualified for PMWL East Sprint. The remaining 3 teams will qualify after PMPL South Asia Finals (12th to 14th June).

  1. Orange Rock Esports, TSM-Entity, GodLike and SynerGE (PMPL SA League Stage)
  2. Yoodo Gank, KOG, RRQ and Morph (SEA Finals)
  3. BigetronEsports (PMPL Indonesia)
  4. Team Secret (PMPL Malaysia)
  5. Valdus Esports {Acquired illuminate roster} (PMPL Thailand)
  6. Box Gaming (PMPL Vietnam)
  7. Free Style ( PMCO Pakistan)
  8. No Chance (PMCO Wildcard)
  9. Reject Scarlet (Japan Championship)
  10. U Level Up ( PMPL TPE)
  11. Xenon (Street Challenge Korea).


3. PMPL South Asia Finals Prize Pool

  • 1st place – $40,000
  • 2nd place – $20,000
  • 3rd place – $14,000
  • 4th place – $8,000
  • 5th place – $6,500
  • 6th place – $6,500
  • 7th place – $5,500
  • 8th place – $5,500
  • 9th place – $5,000
  • 10th place – $5,000
  • 11th place – $4,500
  • 12th place – $4,500
  • 13th place – $3,500
  • 14th place – $3,500
  • 15th place – $2,750
  • 16th place – $2,750

PUBG Mobile has also been offering players a number of exciting rewards for going to the event section in the game or simply clicking on the pop-up banner on the 4th to 15th June for watching the PUBG Mobile World League South Asia live streams.

PUBG fans who are interested in catching the tournament live can visit the official PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube Channel.

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