PUBG Mobile has said that the current PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) playing teams and players cannot join the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Spring Split 2022, indicating that the PMCO stage is exclusive to the players playing on an amateur and semi-pro level. Besides, the invitation slot is also made limited this year for which a few finalist teams from the previous editions can join the group stage. This also includes the top three players of the All Talent Championship, the teams that competed in the PMPL qualifier stage but did not advance.
PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) will actively promote players to the professional level
PUBG Mobile Esports’s official social handles have shared some information regarding this year’s PMCO where they mentioned that the players and teams are not allowed to participate in the PMCO Spring Split 2022. The invitation slots are only for some of the finalists from PMCO South America, and PMCO Fall 2021 finalists.
PUBG Mobile’s esports roadmap for the 2022 competitive year cleared that the esports system will take a new look. As the officials claimed, the esports events of the game will make the ecosystem pyramid bigger and stronger.
The game is focusing on the amateur and semi-pro players to help them build a strong foundation. So, the game decided to start the journey from PMCOs to the PMPLs. The best players and teams from the PMCO will advance to the semi-pro stage of the National Championships, and regional cups. After that, some teams based on their placements in these events will qualify for the Pro Leagues.
For the players who want to build their careers in esports by entering the professional level, PMCO is the starting point. And, to maintain a level-playing field for the underdogs, the game has taken a good decision indeed.
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