We still can’t believe we’re finally entering the League Finals of PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Spring Split 2020 Season Zero East Division. But, one ending begets another beginning, and the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Fall Split 2020 (or simply PMPL MY/SG Season 2) is kicking off the next season real soon. Plus, we just got wind on which Malaysian teams will be competing in the latest PMPL MY/SG.
Here are the 20 teams that were announced over the weekend:
PMPL MY/SG Season 1 Grand Finalists
- Team SMG (Bapak Ah Esports roster)
- Yoodo GANK
- Team Secret
- N.E.D BROTHERHOOD
- J8 Esports (Bigetron AROV roster)
- Geek Fam
- DAMANSARA ESPORT (Last Survivor R2K roster)
- Resurgence MY
- DINGOZ MZ
- Westar Xpert (formerly XPERT MY)
- Team No Recoil
- TARA ASSASINO (formerly TARA Proyecto X)
- AXIS NRL MPX
- EVOS VIP
- FLASH VISION (formerly FV Unbeatable Gaming)
- TRX Elementus
- EZZY LX
- Team Bosskurr
- AKA Esports
For those who’ve been following the scene, there’s plenty of familiar faces that we’re overjoyed to see returning, albeit with different team names as well some some squad member changes. Plus, let’s not forget to welcome the new kids on the block, particularly those that fought their way to the top 5 of the PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship 2020 (PMNC) playoffs, where LX ESPORT – now EZZY LX – emerged as champions.
Related: LX ESPORT dominate PMNC 2020
A total of 24 teams will be battling it out for both the champions’ share of the US$150,000 total prize pool, and bragging rights as the best PUBG Mobile professional team in the Malaysian/Singaporean region. The remaining four teams will be from the Singapore Qualifiers, taking place from 7 – 8 August.
If you and your PUBG Mobile teammates are based in Singapore, head on over to the official PMPL MY/SG Season 2 website and register before 6 August to take a shot at the big leagues.
PMPL MY/SG Season 2 will run for four weeks, with a three-week Regular Season that happens on 19 August up until 13 September, with the Grand Finals concluding the regional tournament from 25 – 27 September.
What we covered for PMPL MY/SG Season 1: