PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam Season 3 details announced; Check PMPL Vietnam prize pool and teams
After a successful esports season in 2020, the PUBG Mobile Esports scene is reaching new grounds this year.
The PUBG Mobile Club Open tournament for the Vietnam region ended a few days back and the top 18 teams have qualified for the next stage. The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Vietnam Season 3 is scheduled to begin from March 24th to April 18th. The top 20 teams from Vietnam will fight for the massive prize pool of PUBG Mobile Pro League, which caps out at 11.5 billion VND ($500k US Dollars).
PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam will take place in two stages: PMPL League Stage and PMPL Finals. Twenty teams will battle against each other in the league stages starting from March 24th to April 11th. The top 16 teams will qualify for the final stage, which is scheduled from April 16th to 18th.
The champions of the PMPL 2020 Season 2 Vietnam V Gaming and first runners-up Box Gaming are invited directly to the league stages of the PMPL 2021 Spring Split.
The announcement came via PUBG Mobile Vietnam’s facebook handle
”PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUE VIETNAM SEASON 3 OFFICIALLY STARTED WITH 1,7 BILLION VND AWARDS. PMPL VN S3 officially launched on 01/02/2021 with a total tournament value of 5 billion VND, including the total tournament value of 5 billion VND bonus that teams can get up to 1,7 billion VND! The 18 best teams after PMCO Spring 2021 with V Gaming – Reigning PMPL VN S2 Champions and Box Gaming will advance to the most prestigious PUBG Mobile VN sports in season 3 2021.”
PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam Season 3 Qualified teams:
1. Infinity IQ
2. 8Nine Squad
3. Genius Gaming
4. D2F Team
5. Four Talent
6. Hero Gaming
8. Best Absolutely Training
9. Eagle Esports
10. Reaper Killer
11. One More
12. Vinastar Esports
13. DRK Esports
14. FFQ Mobile
16. P Gaming
17. Like Glue Gaming
18. Shine Like Diamond
PUBG Mobile Esports is on the rise
The 2021 esports events will see a 180 percent increase in prize money to $14 million US dollars. The 2021 season will begin as usual with PUBG Mobile Club Open. PMCO spring split will be organized in 27 regions, with a total prize pool around $1.65 million. Top teams from PMCO will move to the pro leagues of their respective regions.