Tencent has recently revealed the 15 Southeast Asian teams that will be participating in the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) in 2023, along with five qualified teams from the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) from various regions.
The list of teams is dominated by Indonesia, with a total of six slots, five of which come from partnered teams and one from PMPL. Indonesia’s partnered teams are Alter Ego, Bigetron Esports, Boom Esports, Persija Evos, and RRQ Esports. Meanwhile, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines each have four, three, two, and one partnered teams, respectively. Myanmar will have one team through the PMPL SEA Wildcard, and other teams through their respective PMPL regions.
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VOIN (PMPL Indo)
DBD (PMPL Mal)
HAIL (PMPL Thai)
SLD (PMPL Vie)
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(PMPL SEA Wildcard)
James Yang, the director of PUBG Mobile ESports, announced the PMSL 2023 teams and highlighted that the winner of the first tournament will secure a spot in the PMGC 2023, which will start in November. He also mentioned that the Super League’s debut is expected to inspire young people to play esports and improve the standard of mobile esports in the region.
Pubg Mobile Partnership Program:
The PUBG Mobile Partnership Program aims to grow pro teams’ competitiveness, popularity, and contribution to the PUBG Mobile ecosystem. The PMSL, which kicks off in Southeast Asia, brings together the top pro teams in each region, increasing opportunities for pro players and providing more thrilling action to fans.
The league partnership also guarantees slots in a team’s respective PMPL and PMSL region. The PMSL SEA will commence in March with a spring season, and the fall season will occur in August. The PUBG Mobile Partnership Program will allow close collaboration between partner teams, PUBG Mobile, and league partners. This promotes the expansion of the esports ecosystem in each region and elevates PUBG Mobile Esports to new heights.
The PMSL Spring Season will start on March 22, with a total of 20 teams competing, including the 15 partnered teams and five qualified teams from their respective PMPL regions. The tournament will feature three weeks of battles across Sanhok, Erangel, and Miramar, followed by a league phase where the top 16 teams will advance to the Grand Finals from April 14 to 16.
Furthermore, Tencent has confirmed that the partnered teams for the competition will be given a seat in the pro leagues. The 15 squads chosen from Southeast Asia will receive a place in both the 2023 regional PMPL Fall and the PMSL Fall, ensuring their participation in both events.
The top teams from this event will receive a slot in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2023 in Riyadh.
The PMSL 2023 tournament presents an exciting platform for PUBG Mobile players and fans to witness the top teams in Southeast Asia battle it out for the top spot. With the stakes high and intense competition guaranteed, this tournament promises to be a thrilling event.