What to watch: PMWL 2020 East, PCS 2020 Summer and more
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What to watch: PMWL 2020 East, PCS 2020 Summer and more

Jul 31, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

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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  • Aug 1, 2020 @ 16:51 pm

    THE ONE AND ONLEH YOODO GANK 🇲🇾

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