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PUBG Mobile: China’s franchised league PEL rebrand with a new logo ahead of the 2023 season

New logo, new hype

On February 9, the opening of a new season of the Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) is scheduled to take place. The Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) is the highest-level professional league in China for the game Peacekeeper Elite, which is a Chinese rebranding of PUBG Mobile. The most prestigious league in China, PEL will make its comeback with a rebrand and with a new logo for the Spring season in 2023.

PEL 2023 is set to kick off to find the new champions of China

This year, the Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL), which is the largest franchised league for any mobile game in China, will make its comeback boasting a new revamped look. The tournament’s logo has been updated to include a red and black color scheme. The community as a whole, as well as the fans and supporters, are quite pleased with the new logo.

This year’s edition of the Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) will consist of two seasons that will run in succession over the whole year, lasting for a total of six months. All the matches of the league will be held in an offline location in Chengdu, China. This league will act as a foundation for subsequent competitions such as the PMWI, PMGC, Asian Games, and World Championship.

PEL rebrand logo event
Image via PEL

The league features big names like 4 Angry Men, J Team, JD Esports, Nova Esports, Wolves Esports, Regans Gaming, and many more. The final round of the Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) will be held from April 19 through April 22 of this year. The amount of money that will be up for grabs in this year’s competition has not yet been disclosed.

What are your thoughts on as Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) 2023 recently rebrand itself with a new logo? Let us know in the comments below!

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