Owing to COVID-19 scare, PUBG Mobile PMPL South Asia dates revised
In India, perhaps one of the biggest games happens to be PUBG Mobile. The game offers a blend of mechanics that are easy to get into but hard to master, making it just perfect for the casual mobile gamer and even the more competitive one.
Now, owing to the COVID-19, which has taken the world by storm, PUBG Mobile’s esports championship- PMPL South Asia 2020, has been revised. Meanswhile, fans can watch PMPL South Asia Scrims during the home quarantine.
About PMPL South Asia 2020
PMPL South Asia is one of the biggest tournaments of the game. It features 20 professional teams from countries such as India, Nepal, Bangladesh, who fight for a prize pool of around $200,000.
The revision states that the event could kick off sometime in May, but the condition of the COVID-19 virus will have to be taken into account first. Most likely, PMPL 2020 will be a completely online event.
PMPL Scrims South Asia 2020
In order to give the audience something to look forward to, the PMPL Scrims have been announced. As part of the scrims, the same 20 professional teams fight for a daily prize of $1,000.
Looking at the Scrims scores, one can clearly see that UMExRXN is leading the points table with 137 points and two chicken dinners. SynerGE and TSM-Entity follow UMExRXN in second and third place with 123 and 121 points, respectively.
In case you are new to the whole PMPL South Asia Hype and wondering just where you can watch these matches, then head over to PUBG Mobile’s own YouTube Channel, or check out the in-game e-sports menu.