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We've been hungry for news on the world's biggest PUBG Mobile esports tournament, and last night, we finally got our Chicken Dinner - as in, more updates - on the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020), courtesy of an update video uploaded by the official PUBG Mobile esports YouTube page.

To answer the most pressing question of PMGC 2020, here's the full list of teams that qualified for PMGC 2020:

Group A

Aerowolf LIMAX
POWER888 KPS
Loops
DRS GAMING
GODSENT
Nova Esports
Archer Gaming
BLUE BEES

Group B

Secret Jin
Abrupt Slayers
The Unnamed
Klas Digital Athletics
Four Angry Men
A7 eSports
KoninaPower
Z3US eSPORT (PMGC Wildcard)

Group C

RRQ Athena
Execute Esports
Natus Vincere
Bigetron RA
Futbolist
Team Secret
A1 eSports
Elites United Team (Host country team)

The defending world champions, Bigetron RA and Futbolist, immediately qualified for PMGC after conquering the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL 2020) East and West. The pair are joined by the top 5 of the PMPL SEA Finals, the top 4 of PMPL Americas, the top 4 of EMEA League, top 3 of PMPL South Asia, the top 2 of the Peacekeeper Elite 2020, two champions from the Korean and Japanese league, the top Wildcard team hailing from Mongolia (Z3US eSPORT), and finally, one invited team from the tournament host country of United Arab Emirates (UAE), Elites United Team.

As to how PMGC 2020 League Stage will pull off an online format, according to Dot Esports, an unspecified number of teams have arrived in Dubai to compete, resolving the high ping/connectivity issues they were facing in their respective countries and letting them compete without any worries of ping disadvantage.

As you noticed, the number of teams competing in PMGC 2020 has been expanded from 20 to 24, allowing more teams in top placements to enter PMGC 2020. This has led to teams like Team Secret MY - who initially didn't qualify by placing fifth in PMPL SEA Finals - to gain entry into the global league.

The structure of the PMGC 2020 League Stage has also been confirmed to be exactly the same as its predecessor. Taking place over four weeks, the global competition will be split into two stages each week: the Super Weekend qualifiers, and Super Weekend. The two-day qualifiers will have eight matches on each day, with teams fighting for the top 16 spots every week to advance to the three-day Super Weekend, where the points they earn during the weekend will contribute to their standings. The qualifiers reset every week, but teams who fail to advance to the Super Weekend will miss out on gathering precious points for their placements.

There's currently no information on the PMGC 2020 Grand Finals so far, but expect more news about the final stage soon.

And finally, it goes hand-in-hand that the biggest PUBG Mobile tournament would always feature the largest total prize pool ever, with US$2 million on the line this season. A big announcement is coming on 24 November too, we wonder what that will be.

PMGC 2020 League Stage will run from 24 November to 20 December, with the Super Weekend qualifiers happening every Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by the Super Weekend every Friday to Sunday; the Grand Finals' dates will be announced at a later time. Watch the action LIVE on Facebook or YouTube.

And you can bet your butt that eGG Network will be covering the world's most prestigious PUBG Mobile series, so stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates on the tournament.

The PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) 2020 Spring Split Season Zero is undoubtedly the biggest PUBG Mobile esports event of the year so far, and now we have proof that that's the case.

The PMWL 2020 Finals had over 1.1 million concurrent viewers watching the epic finale, which is now the highest viewership for any PUBG Mobile esports event to receive. The entirety of the PMWL 2020 also saw over a whopping 40 million hours watched since the tournament started on 11 July.

The League Finals saw Indonesia's Bigetron RA and Turkey's Futbolist taking home the crown for their respective divisions, scoring 287 and 298 points, respectively. On the side, BOX Gaming's Break and Futbolist's Solkay were awarded the title of MVP in the League Finals, each rewarded with a US$3,000 cash prize for their exception skills during the final leg of PMWL 2020.

In other related news, the PUBG Mobile community has spoken via in-game votes - these are the Fan Favourite Players of their region, who won US$2,000 for their selection:

The PUBG Mobile Esports Awards have also handpicked the MVPs of this season's PUBG Mobile Professional League (PMPL):

For more coverage on PUBG Mobile esports, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Futbolist may have missed out on last season's PUBG Mobile Club Open Global Finals, but that's all in the past now, as they finally hoisted the digital champions trophy of the PUBG Mobile World League 2020 Spring Split West Division Season Zero. The Turkish squad managed to rack up a whopping total of 298 points, comprising two Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCDs) and an astounding 137 kills.

Futbolist overcame the likes of Loops (the #1 team during League Play) and KoninaPower, who placed second and third with 289 and 282 points, respectively. The winning team return home with the grand prize of US$116,500, while the rest settled for US$107,500 (Loops) and US$27,000 (KoninaPower) in cash prize.

To make their winnings even sweeter, Futbolist's Solkay even bagged the title of MVP players in the finals, granting him another US$3,000 to sweeten the deal. With a total of 8330 damage and 44 kills under his belt, it's a well-deserved honour for the exceptional in-game leader/rusher.

That concludes both divisions of PMWL 2020 Season Zero, and everyone's due for a short break before Fall Split arrives, which is going to be quite different from previous installments. Time will tell how much these changes will affect the play style of our favourite players.

Related: Bigetron RA are the champions of PMWL 2020 East

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PMWL 2020 East Season Zero - League Finals

The epic conclusion of the PMWL 2020 East is finally here. The top 16 teams of Super Weekend have been competing since last night for the champion's cash prize of US$100,000, as well as the title of the best PUBG Mobile team in the Eastern Hemisphere. With the likes of current world champions Bigetron RA, PMPL South Asia winners Orange Rock and PMPL SEA Finals Yoodo Gank battling against each other, it's one tournament you wouldn't want to miss, ever.

The PMWL 2020 East League Finals continues tonight and this weekend (7 - 9 August) at 8PM. The PUBG Mobile tournament stream will be broadcast LIVE on the eGG Network TV channel, plus the official PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube pages.

Related: BOX Gaming Come Out Guns Blazing for Day 1 of PMWL:S0

CS:GO Nine to Five Cup #3

The CS:GO invitational of the Nine to Five Cup enters its third series next week, after Gambit Youngsters emerged as the winning team of the Nine to Five Cup #2 earlier this week. Just like previous installments, a total of 28 teams - comprising 16 teams for group stage, 16 more for the Swiss System format and the remaining four invited to the Playoffs - will gun each other down for the total prize pool of US$50,000. Will Gambit Youngsters be able to retain their championship title?

The Nine to Five Cup #3 will run from 10 - 26 August, with group stage matches happening from 10 - 13 August at 3PM daily. The CS:GO tournament will be shown on the eGG Network TV channel, but if you're an online user, you can opt for the live stream on Twitch.

Apex Legends Global Series: Summer Circuit (Americas & EMEA)

The Apex Legends esports scene carries on in eGG Network! The best Apex teams across Americas and the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) will attempt to outwit one another in the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Summer Circuit for a winning slice of the US$500,000 total prize pool. The world series comprises four Super Regionals, with the fourth and final Super Regionals beginning this weekend.

Catch the ALGS Summer Circuit Regional Playoffs 4 of the Americas (10 August, 6.30AM) and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (10 August, 1AM) on eGG Network TV. Or if you’re an online viewer, you can opt for the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube channels.

*All times are in GMT+8.

And just like that, the final Super Weekend of the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) Spring Split 2020 Season Zero East Division is over, and we finally know which of our favourite teams managed to score a seat in the epic League Finals.

Here are the top 16 teams that have the chance to bag the championship title:

  1. Bigetron RA (Indonesia)
  2. BOX Gaming (Vietnam)
  3. RRQ Athena (Thailand)
  4. King of Gamers Club (Thailand)
  5. Team Secret (Malaysia)
  6. TSM Entity (India)
  7. GXR Celtz (India)
  8. Valdus Esports (Thailand)
  9. MegaStars (India)
  10. Orange Rock (India)
  11. T1 (South Korea)
  12. TeamIND (India)
  13. Yoodo Gank (Malaysia)
  14. SynerGE (India)
  15. U Level Up (Taiwan)
  16. REJECT Scarlet (Japan)

Seeing the final standings at first glance, it's easy to be unsurprised that the current world champions of Bigetron RA sit at the throne with five Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCDs) and 522 total points earned during the Super Weekend phase. But, in reality, it was a tight competition between the Indonesian wonder team, RRQ Athena and BOX Gaming throughout Day 3 of Super Weekend 3. The latter Vietnamese team had a hearty helping of four WWCDs this weekend, which gave them a huge boost in the ladder, proving to be formidable foes to the Red Aliens.

Malaysia's very own Team Secret and Yoodo Gank successfully secured entries into the League Finals as well, placing fifth and 13th, respectively. Adding on to their awesome performance in Super Weekend 2, Team Secret cooked up two more WWCDs in a row last night, guaranteeing them a top 5 spot.

Although Yoodo Gank missed out on the second Super Weekend, it's impressive that they performed well enough last weekend to bag a seat in the grand finale, not to mention that they had a great start in Super Weekend 1 with three WWCDs and a top 5 placement.

The League Finals of PMWL 2020 East begins this Thursday (6 August) and will run for four days until Sunday (9 August), at 8PM (GMT +8) every day. The PUBG Mobile world event will be broadcast LIVE on eGG Network TV channel, or if you’re an online viewer, Facebook and YouTube. Be sure to follow eGG Network on Facebook for more PMWL 2020 East coverage.

PMWL 2020 East Super Weekend 3

The overall ranking for Super Weekend so far.

One more Super Weekend before the League Finals! Malaysia's very own Team Secret swept the last Super Weekend with 186 points, surpassing the likes of world champions Bigetron RA and runner-up of PMPL South Asia, TSM Entity. This Super Weekend is especially crucial because it will be the last opportunity for participating teams to secure a spot in the top 16 and advance to the League Finals. If they miss it by just one spot, it's over - the stakes are higher than ever before.

The PMWL 2020 East continues later (31 July) at 8PM with Super Weekend Week 3, before culminating in an epic finale with the League Finals from 6 - 9 August. The PUBG Mobile tournament stream will be broadcast LIVE on the eGG Network TV channel, plus the official PUBG Mobile Facebook and YouTube pages.

Related: Yoodo Gank scrape into Super Weekend 3, Bigetron RA lead the pack.

LoL Pacific Championship Series (PCS) 2020 Summer Split

It's a week of many finals, and the League of Legends PCS 2020 Summer Split is no exception. J Team remains as the top team of the season with 13 wins, but three equally-excellent teams prove to be huge obstacles for the Taiwanese ace team: ahq eSports Club, Machi Esports and Spring Split champions, PSG Talon (formerly Talon Esports), who are all placed second with 12 victories each. Will any of the trio topple the giants, or will J Team reign supreme?

The PCS 2020 Summer Split Regular Season runs its course today (31 July) and tomorrow (1 August), which will determine the teams' bracket placements in the Playoffs, happening from 15 August onwards. The tournament will be broadcast on our eGG Network channel and watch.lolesports.com.

OMEGA League: Asia Divine Division

It's a showdown between some of the best Dota 2 teams across China and Southeast Asia for the US$40,000 prize pool. Comprising eight invited teams, the top two China Qualifier teams and the top two squads of the Southeast Asia Qualifier, they'll first compete in a two-week round-robin group stage before the top three teams of each group progress to the double-elimination Playoffs. Fourth- and fifth-placed teams will have one more shot at the finale by battling each other in the Play-in Stage.

The OMEGA League: Asia Divine Division will be streamed LIVE from 1 - 22 August on weplay.tv from 12.30PM onwards daily.

*All times are in GMT+8.

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