All you need to know about PMPL MY/SG Season 3 so far, begins 24 March
We finally got wind of more details about the highly-anticipated PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) Season 3, with an offline event specially held today to celebrate the launch of the reputable PUBG Mobile esports tournament.
Here's the grouping of every team competing in the Malaysian competition:
Todak (TRX Elementus roster)
Damansara Flash Vision (Damansara Esports slot)
JP NSEA (Jentera Pejuang Negeri Sembilan Esport Association; formerly MPX Redline)
IphoneWanted LX (formerly EZZY LX)
Dingoz MPX (taking over Dingoz MZ slot)
Al Ikhlas R2K
Taugeh Ayam Esports ((taking over AXIS NRL MPX's slot))
In an online interview conducted by host J Hunter with representatives from Team Secret (coach Seraveem), Yoodo Gank (captain Manparang), Team SMG (Bard and manager) and Geek Fam (QB), all of them pointed out Group C as the most fearsome group. "We'd be fighting pretty strong teams from Group C," said Seraveem. "All of them have already upgraded their standards (for this season)." Team SMG added that Group C teams are also the most experienced overall.
Slated to begin 24 March, PMPL MY/SG Season 3 will take place over a course of four weeks. The format for this season's PMPL MY/SG will be similar to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020), with League Season - lasting three weeks - split into two stages every week: Weekday matches (Wednesdays to Fridays), and Super Weekend (Saturdays and Sundays).
The three-day Weekday games will see all 20 teams fighting for the top 16 spots every week to advance to the two-day Super Weekend, where the points they earn during the weekend will contribute to their overall standings. The Weekday leaderboard resets weekly, but teams who fail to advance to the Super Weekend will miss out on earning precious points for their championship placement.
A three-day Country Finals will conclude the professional league, where the top 16 teams of League Season battle for the championship title. A total prize of US$150,000 will be up for grabs.