What to watch: PMPL MY/SG S2, PCS Summer Playoffs and more
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What to watch: PMPL MY/SG S2, PCS Summer Playoffs and more

Aug 21, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

PMPL MY/SG Season 2

Week 1 Day 2

As of now, two days of Group Stage Week 1 has passed and we’ve already caught a glimpse of how different this season is going to be from the last. Although ace teams Yoodo Gank and Team Secret topped the charts in Day 1, PMNC 2020 runner-up TRX Elementus were closing in at third place, followed closely by PMPL MY/SG Season 1 finalists, Team Bosskurr and AXIS NRL MPX, who have upped their game since then. Day 2 marks a serious comeback for Resurgence, who surged upwards to first place in Day 2 yesterday. Last season’s fellow finalists, Geek Fam and TARA ASSASINO, were right on their heels, and Yoodo Gank settled for fourth. Will we see the rise of new and improved talents in PMPL MY/SG Season 2?

Related: PMPL-MY/SG Season 2 format announced

PMPL MY/SG Season 2 Group Stage Week 1 continues today (21 August) at 4.30PM, with the remaining two matches running this weekend at 3PM daily. You can catch the action LIVE on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page.

LoL PCS Summer Playoffs 2020

Two more weekends to go until the grand finale! This week’s League of Legends Pacific Championship Series (PCS) Summer Playoffs 2020 will showcase the Losers’ Bracket, with J Team, Nova Esports, ahq eSports Club, and even Malaysia’s very own Berjaya Dragons vying a spot in Round 3. Who will stand a chance to progress to the Finals?

The PCS Summer Playoffs 2020 proceeds today and this weekend (21 – 23 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, although a telecast of the J Team vs Nova Esports match will be broadcast at 10.30AM on 22 August instead for eGG Network TV. 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 soon reaches its conclusion, as one last round of the Swiss System Stage will determine the final few who would advance to the Playoffs next week. Who will the lucky eight teams that’s worthy of the US$35,000 champion cash prize?

The final Swiss System round of the Nine to Five Cup #3 starts today at 3PM, and the three-day Playoffs running from Monday (24 August) to Wednesday (26 August) at the same time. The CS:GO tournament will be shown on the eGG Network TV channel, but if youโ€™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.

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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