With a record breaking of over 1.1M concurrent viewers tuning in and over 40M total watched hours, PUBG MOBILE World League(PMWL) Season Zero is marking the exhilarating end of the first part of the 2020 PUBG MOBILE competitive season. The upcoming tournaments in the 2nd half year begins with the PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split, and the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) Season 2, which traditionally forge the road to the PUBG MOBILE World League, and a ground-breaking finale to the 2020 PUBG MOBILE esports program which will be revealed on August 24th.
PMCO, the semi-pro level of the esports program operating across 16 territories and regions has seen a record breaking 80,000+ teams sign up for the Fall Split which began this August, and will continue through to October. The PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) will see the best semi-pro teams from PMCO face off against the top pro teams in their region, which have been directly invited based on their PMPL Spring performance. The tournaments have started in different regions, and community members can tune in the livestream on PUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel based on the schedules respectively.
The PMCO Fall Split and PMPL Season 2 schedules are:
The new season of PMPL will also see the debut of a brand new point system, designed to improve the balance between placement and kills achieved throughout games. The new point system launches with PMPL, whilst PMCO will continue to play on the old system with 20 placement points. The PMCO Fall Split has seen the biggest registration turnout in PUBG MOBILE history, as over 80,000 teams have signed up. Maintaining PUBG MOBILE’s zero tolerance approach to hacking, over 500 teams have been banned or disqualified from the qualifying stage by the PUBG MOBILE Ban Pan system.
The teams that have been invited to compete in the PMPL Season 2 are:
This year PUBG MOBILE completed the structure for the global year-long esports program. The robust esports ecosystem saw the PMPL and PMWL introduced to add the additional layers of competition. The program now supports players of all levels from amateur to semi-pro and pro across multiple countries and regions ensuring a clear path for players to rise and become esports stardom. This isn’t all for the 2020 in PUBG MOBILE esports however – Tune in to PUBG MOBILE official channels on August 24 to find out more about the biggest competitive event of the year, where top teams around the world will be competing in the next new phase.
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