PUBG Mobile Pro League PMPL South Asia Spring started on Tuesday, March 21, 2023. The weeks running tournament has a total of 20 teams batting out to the top. Ten Nepali teams will also play their fate out in the prestigious contest while there are others from Bangladesh, Mongolia, etc.
Nepali participating teams in the league are DRS Gaming, ElimentriX, Deadeyes Guys, Trained to Kill, iLLUMiN8 Crew, Leo Esports, Abrupt Slayer, High Voltage, Skylight Gaming, and Raw Esports.
Of all, iLLUMiN8 Crew, Leo Gangstar, and Abrupt Slayers are selected from National Championship 2022. Others grabbed their spots in the competition after coming into the top 12 in the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Fall 2022. The remaining 5 teams joined in from PUBG Mobile National Championship South Asia Wild Card 2022.
There will be 5 math days with 5 matches scheduled for each day while Day 5 will have 6 matches. During the Round-Robing format, each group will play 4 matches a day and the top 12 teams will qualify for the additional match after 25 matches. The additional match is played on Vikendi with a different point system.
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First-week draw: Teams for PUBG Mobile Pro League PMPL South Asia Spring 2023
Here are the first team fixed for the first week at the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia 2023:
Group A– High Voltage, Venom Dead Eyes, Raw Esports, 4MericaL TRZ
Group B– 4Merical Vibes, Train to Kill, Deadeyes Guys, Bad Intention X CMF Eports
Group C– Stalwart Esports, Skylightz Gaming, iLLUMiN8 Crew, NB Esports
Group D– IHC Esports, Mabetex Esports, Leo Esports, Seal Esports
Group E– DRS Gaming, ElimentriX, SITM Esports, Abrupt Slayers
Where to watch PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Spring 2023?
You can watch PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Spring 2023 matches live on the YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile South Asia e-Sports or via its Facebook channel. As per the Nepali time, the matches kick off at 05:45.
The winning team will receive USD 80,000 (Rs 1 crore, 4 lakh, 65 thousand).
The tournament will run till April 16.