The PUBG Mobile Club Open Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split (PMCO 2021) Group Stage has finally selected which teams will advance to the Finals.

Here are the sweet 16 finalists:

  1. TheFarang Lejund
  2. R2K
  3. TG Ares
  4. TEAM HS55
  6. ESDK
  7. Divinity EQX
  8. Devilish
  11. Homebois
  12. SakuraRS
  13. Ultimate EA
  14. Not Guerra
  15. XPERT MY

Featuring a total prize pool of US$29,200, the PMCO MY/SG 2021 Finals will also acts as the qualifiers for PMPL MY/SG Season 3 (PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021). Thus, not only will the PMCO MY/SG 2021 champions win US$4,000 in winnings, they'll also qualify for the Regular Season of PMPL MY/SG Season 3; the other top 4 teams will be joining the champions to the major leagues too.

Catch the PMCO MY/SG 2021 Finals this weekend (20 - 21 February) at 1.30PM daily, LIVE on Facebook and YouTube.

PGI.S 2021

The top 16 teams.

The international PUBG Global Invitational.S (PGI.S) returns with its second Weekly Final this weekend, with the top 16 teams finalised last night at the end of Weekly Survival 2. Almost half the line-up are making their debut in the crucial weekend matches, so expect to see the emergence of new meta during PGI.S 2021.

A bottom 16 match will before the Weekly Final to decide the order of teams in the next week's waitlist.

Catch PGI.S 2021 Weekly Final 2 this weekend (20 - 21 February) at 6PM LIVE on eGG Network TV, as well as Twitch and YouTube, followed by Weekly Survival 3 from Tuesday (23 February) onwards.

PCS 2021 Spring Split

Live on eGG: PCS 2021 blasts off on Friday, BOOM Esports revealed to be the final team

The Pacific Championship Series (PCS 2021) is back with its second season of Spring Split! Both returning and fresh-faced League of Legends professional teams - hailing from Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau - will be facing off to claim their title as the top LoL players in the region.

The English broadcast of PCS 2021 Spring Split Week 1 will be available on eGG Network TV today (19 February) 4PM onwards, in both live broadcasts and reruns (check out our TV guide for the full schedule). The LoL series will also be available in Mandarin and Thai. All languages will be hosted on YouTube, and individual Twitch channels have been set up for EnglishMandarin and Thai, with Huya as the simplified Chinese platform.

FIFAe Club World

The world’s best FIFA clubs and organisations will be facing off in this dedicated club team competition, to prove their title as champions of the world. Catch the FIFA tournament from next Friday (26 February) onwards at 11.30PM LIVE on eGG Network.

Dota 2 DPC Season One 2021

The SEA Spring Regional League of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021 will be reaching its conclusion for Week 5 this weekend! In case you didn't know, you can watch the Dota 2 tournament telecasts on eGG Network TV, with more info available on Liquipedia.

PMCO MY/SG 2021 Finals

The PUBG Mobile Club Open Malaysia/Singapore Spring Split 2021 Finals is upon us! The first phase of the national PUBG Mobile esports league will determine who are the top 4 teams to qualify for PMPL MY/SG Season 3. Be sure to catch the PMCO MY/SG 2021 Finals this weekend (20 - 21 February) at 1.30PM daily, LIVE on Facebook and YouTube.

Apex Legends Global Series: Winter Circuit

Date: 22 February, 6AM
More info: Liquipedia

*All times listed are in GMT +8.

The next season of PUBG Mobile esports is finally upon us! And this time, it looks a little different than the Malaysian and Singaporean community are accustomed to.

Us excited for the new season:

This time, kicking the Spring Split off will be the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO 2021), with an unspecified number of top teams qualifying for the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) Season 3. Registration opens tomorrow (1 January) until 24 January, so be sure to squad up and sign up at http://esports.pubgmobile.com/pmco when the new year arrives.

Related: MEC 2020 - Malaysia Esports Championship announced, PUBG Mobile champions advance to qualifiers of PMNC 2021

More details about PMCO MY/SG 2021 will be revealed soon, so be sure to keep a keen eye on the PUBG Mobile Esports Malaysia Facebook page for more updates.

PUBG MOBILE esports will feature US$14 million total prize pool, plus other 2021 updates

This change in structure was first announced last month, during the reveal of the PUBG Mobile esports roadmap for 2021. Aside from the revision, invitational competitions have been added during the summer break, after the PMPLs and PMCOs. This means non-stop PUBG Mobile action for fans everywhere, and teams will constantly be on their toes if they want to stay in the meta. Plus, instead of two global series in a year, PMGC will only take place once at the end of the year, with business as usual for PMPLs and PMCOs, which will continue being held two seasons a year.

Plus, 2021's total prize pool has been increased to a whopping US$14 million worldwide, which is US$9 million more than this year's pot.

Be sure to follow eGG Network for your dose of PUBG Mobile esports news.

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