Qualified teams and date revealed

Certified groups and date revealed

The PUBG Cell Esports ecosystem is rising at an exponential charge. To build up extra international locations within the circuit, PUBG Cell added seven new Professional Leagues to the present ones in 2021.

PUBG Cell has additionally launched a brand new final event, the PUBG Cell Championship (regional finals).

The primary version of the PUBG Cell South Asia Championship Finals is scheduled for Might 13 – 16. This may embody prime groups from three main tournaments throughout the area, i.e.:

  1. High 9 groups from the PUBG Cell Professional League Season 3 South Asia Finals
  2. High 4 groups from the PUBG Cell Membership Open 2021 Spring: Hong Kong Macau Taiwan
  3. High two groups from PUBG Cell Membership Open 2021 Spring: Asia Wildcard

Aside from these fifteen groups, PMPL South Asia Season 2 Winner Skylight Gaming (Abrupt Slayers) is instantly invited to the Championship.

Certified groups 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. Educated to Kill (Nepal)

6. 1952 (Bangladesh)

7. Excessive Voltage (Nepal)

8. Stalwart Flex (Pakistan)

9. PN Crew (Nepal)

PMCO SA 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 staff:

16. Skylight Gaming (Nepal)

After 4 weeks of thrilling motion, the third season of PUBG Cell Professional League Season 3: South Asia area concluded with DRS Gaming rising as champions. League stage champions Zeus Esports secured the runners-up place within the finals. Godless from Zeus was awarded the MVP title.

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These two groups have additionally certified for the Peacekeeper Elite Asia Invitational (PEI) 2021 invitational, which is able to characteristic the highest 15 groups from the Asian area. It’s scheduled to happen from April 27 – 29.

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