PMPL South Asia Championship’s new dates revealed

PMPL South Asia Championship’s new dates revealed

The South Asian Championship, higher referred to as the “PUBG Cell Professional League South Asia Championship,” which was earlier scheduled to happen from thirteenth to sixteenth Could, has been postponed to tenth June.

The match will now happen from tenth to thirteenth June, and it is going to be streamed solely on the sport’s official Youtube and Fb pages.

A complete of 16 prime groups from three Asian areas will battle it out for the final word title and a large prize pool. Skylight Gaming has been invited on to the occasion as PUBG Cell Professional League South Asia Season 2 champions, whereas 9 prime groups from the not too long ago concluded PMPL SA S3 have certified for the championship as effectively.

The others encompass the highest 4 groups from the PUBG Cell Membership Open 2021 Spring: Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and the highest two groups from PUBG Cell Membership Open 2021 Spring: Asia Wildcard.

Groups certified for the PUBG Cell South Asia Championship:

PMPL SA S3:

1. DRS Gaming (Nepal)

2. Zeus Esports( Mongolia)

3. 7 Sea Esports (Nepal)

4. Deadeyes Guys (Nepal)

5. Skilled to Kill (Nepal)

6. 1952 (Bangladesh)

7. Excessive Voltage (Nepal)

8. Stalwart Flex (Pakistan)

9. PN Crew (Nepal)

PMCO Asia Wildcard:

10. Astra Academy (Mongolia)

11. Apes Inc (Mongolia)

PMCO Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan:

12. LIT Esports (Taiwan)

13. NM (Taiwan)

14. INV Esports (Taiwan)

15. SD Gaming (Hong Kong)

Invited crew:

16. Skylight Gaming (Nepal)

Zeus Esports from Mongolia would be the crew to look out for. They’ve amazed everybody in 2021 with their exemplary performances. They secured third place within the PMGC Finals, received the PMPL SA S3 League phases, and had been the first runners-up on the PMPL SA S3 Finals. In addition they secured third place at PEI 2021, beating the mighty RNG from China alongside the way in which.

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