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PUBG Mobile announces its first-ever esports Partnership Program

The PUBG Mobile Partnership Program, which will aid professional teams in increasing their competitiveness, popularity, and contribution to the PUBG Mobile Esports ecosystem, has been officially announced by PUBG Mobile as its first-ever esports partnership program.

With PMSL SEA, the initiative will begin in Southeast Asia. This new era in PUBG Mobile Esports will be advantageous for teams and spectators alike because of the guaranteed places for PMPL and PMSL SEA. The Spring Season of PMSL SEA will begin in March, while the Fall Season will begin in August.

PUBG Mobile Partnership Program will continue to grow the PUBG Mobile esports ecosystem of each region

The PMSL would bring together the best professional teams in each region, expanding career prospects for athletes and providing fans with more thrilling activity. Teams that sign up for the PMSL will develop together as PUBG Mobile’s official partners, getting more exposure to fans and improving their competitive performance. Guaranteed spots in a team’s particular PMPL and PMSL region are another benefit of league partnership.

The PUBG Mobile Partnership Program will continue to expand each region’s esports environment and advance PUBG Mobile Esports through close cooperation between partner teams, PUBG Mobile, and league partners.

PUBG Mobile Partnership Program
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Adding to its illustrious past as the first region to host the PMPL and the prominence of esports in the area, where roughly two-thirds of gamers in Greater Southeast Asia participate in esports, Southeast Asia will now host a PMSL league. The PMSL SEA will take the place of the PMPL SEA championship as the PMPL’s top division.

The top teams from PMPL and PMSL will be promoted to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship for that year

The top PMPL teams will be promoted to the PMSL and will compete in both leagues. All teams in the Partnership Program will have a set spot in PMSL regardless of their PMPL placement. There will be a spring season and a fall season every year. The top teams will be promoted to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) based on how well they performed in both the PMPL and PMSL seasons.

PUBG Mobile esports integrated prize pool
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“We’re incredibly excited to kick off this new chapter in PUBG Mobile Esports by launching the PUBG Mobile Partnership Program,” said James Yang, Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports“We have so many amazing teams across the world that have been a huge part of what makes PUBG Mobile successful, and we now have the opportunity to work even closer with them. Through the Partnership Program and the respective PMSL, teams, players, and fans will have a greatly improved experience as the opportunities pro teams can provide continue to grow,” he added.

Fans won’t have to wait long for PMPL action with all these adjustments, as PMPL SEA kicks off on February 15! This Wednesday marks the beginning of the regional Spring Season for teams from Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and the SEA Wild Card (Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Singapore), as they compete to earn a spot in the upcoming PMSL SEA League.

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