PMPL MY/SG Season 2
The second season of the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore Fall Split Season 2 is just around the corner! A total of 24 teams will be battling it out for not only for the champions’ share of the US$150,000 total prize pool, but also bragging rights as the best PUBG Mobile professional team in the Malaysian/Singaporean region. Featuring both returning teams from Season 1 and freshfaced ones, you can bet that it’s going to be another action-packed PUBG Mobile series.
Related: PMPL-MY/SG Season 2 format announced
PMPL MY/SG Season 2 will run for four weeks, with a three-week Regular Season that runs from 19 August to 13 September, with the Grand Finals concluding the regional tournament from 25 – 27 September. You can catch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.
LoL PCS Summer Playoffs 2020
It all comes down to this. The League of Legends Pacific Championship Series (PCS) Summer Playoffs 2020 will see the top 8 teams of Regular Season vying for the crown of the season. Divided into the winners’ and losers’ brackets, the last team standing in each bracket will face off against each other to determine who are the champions of the season.
The PCS Summer Playoffs 2020 continues today and this weekend (14 – 16 August) at 5PM, with subsequent matches happening every Friday to Sunday at the same time. The tournament will be broadcast on eGG Network TV and watch.lolesports.com. Be sure to follow the LoL PCS page on Twitter and Facebook for more timely info.
CS:GO Nine to Five Cup #3
The CS:GO invitational of the Nine to Five Cup carries on with its third series. The total of 28 teams has since been trimmed down to 16 teams, determined by the four-day group stage matches that ended just last night. With US$50,000 prize pool on the line, which of these teams will prove that they’re worthy of the US$35,000 champion cash prize?
Round 1 of the Nine to Five Cup #3 begins 17 August at 3PM daily, with subsequent match timings yet to be revealed. The Playoffs, however, have been confirmed to take place from 24 – 26 August at the same time. 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. You can check out the full match listings on Liquipedia.
*All times are in GMT+8.