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PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) Southeast Asia Spring 2023: Format, Teams, Prize Pool and more

The PMSL is underway and here's all you need to know!

PUBG Mobile in Southeast Asia in 2023, as those who follow the game and its happenings, are aware has geared up for a new format of competition for the specified region. This has opened up a whole new dimension for the competition and the level of gameplay has heightened in the PUBG Mobile Super League. The tournament is already underway from the 22nd of March, 2023 and will end on the 16th of April, 2023. Let us cover the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) Southeast Asia Spring 2023 in detail.

PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) Southeast Asia Spring 2023: Format

In this format, instead of all teams from the concerned region going through qualifiers in order to participate in the regional finals, a portion of them will be permanent members of the League while other teams fight it out for the remaining spots in the League. There are 15 permanent teams, 5 from Indonesia, 4 from Malaysia, 3 from Thailand, 2 from Vietnam, and 1 from the Philippines.

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The fifteen teams are exempt from country-level qualification games, that is, the PMPL, and are directly able to participate in the PMSL, along with the five teams that fight their way into the League by winning their respective country leagues. Sixteen of the top-scoring teams after 3 weeks’ worth of matches proceed to the Finals where the teams compete for the title of champion.

PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) Southeast Asia Spring 2023: Participating Teams

Partnership (Permanent) teams

  1. Bigetron Red Villains (Indonesia)
  2. Persija EVOS (Indonesia)
  3. BOOM Esports (Indonesia)
  4. Alter Ego Ares (Indonesia)
  5. Rex Regum Qeon (Indonesia)
  6. Team Secret (Malaysia)
  7. Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia)
  8. SEM9 (Malaysia)
  9. Geek Slate (Malaysia)
  10. Bacon Time (Thailand)
  11. FaZe Clan (Thailand)
  12. Vampire Esports (Thailand)
  13. Box Gaming (Vietnam)
  14. D’Xavier (Vietnam)
  15. Playbook Esports (Phillippines)

PMPL-Qualified Teams

  1. Voin Esports (Indonesiaia)
  2. Don’t Break Dreams (Malaysia)
  3. HAIL Esports (Thailand)
  4. Shine Like Diamond (Vietnam)
  5. Genesis Esports (Myanmar)

Prize Pool

The PUBG Mobile Super League or the PMSL SEA 2023 has been reported to have quite a decent prize pool of $250,000 which will be distributed among all the participating teams, with the amount earned by each team decreasing down the order of the table. The best team from each of the 3 weeks of league play will also receive $1000. There are cash prizes for individual player achievements as well.

Conclusion

The creation of the PMSL has been done to make the esports scene in SEA a franchise, a format that has been largely successful in both the Japanese and Chinese PUBG Mobile esports ecosystems. This has been done in order to simplify the hierarchy in the region and for other purposes. So far, it has been a good move from Tencent and most of the audience has been pretty content with it.

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