PUBG Mobile esports universe is now ready for the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Season 4, which is taking place in all the regions and countries. South Asia is no exception to this, as the region has a decent impact in the PUBGM esports arena. Finally, with PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Season 4 being announced in 2021, the heartbeats of millions of fans around the world, especially in South Asia are starting to rise. From the 21st of September, 2021, Season 4 of the tournament will start its journey. The tournament is not a mere regional championship, but will also act as a stage for the teams to grab a slot in the PMPL South Asia Championship Season 2 and later, a slot in the most glamorous event of PUBG Mobile, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 Season 1.
PUBG Mobile PMPL South Asia Season 4 2021: Tournament Format
The initial stage of the tournament is its League Play. 20 teams will be divided into five groups and will fight for three consecutive weeks. The top 16 teams with the highest points from each week’s League Play will compete into the Super weekend.
The total collected points from the League Play and the Super weekend will decide the top 16 teams which will fight in the regional finals. The usual format that the finals follow is a number of five matches per day for three days.
The tournament will start on the 21st of September 2021 and the group stage will end on the 10th of October 2021. There are two stages, namely League Play and Super Weekend. The three-week league play and super weekend each week will take place between the dates. The top 16 teams will qualify for Regional Finals South Asia, based on Super Weekend points. The date regarding the country’s finals is not revealed yet.
PMPL Season 4 2021 South Asia: Participating Teams
Among the 20 teams, 13 of them are directly invited from the previous PMPL SA Spring, three teams are taken from PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC) South Asia 2021, and the rest four are from PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2021 South Asia.
- DRS GAMING
- ZEUS ESPORTS
- 7Sea Esports
- DEADEYES GUYS
- Trained To Kill
- FutureStation 1952
- HIGH VOLTAGE
- Stalwart Esports
- PN CREW
- VIBES Esports
- SEAL Esport
- R3D Esports
- A1 eSports
Teams from PMCO SA and PMNC SA
- Venom Legends
- Ruthless Aggressive Warriors
- Clarity Esports
- wizzes with vibes
- Paradox OCE
- i8 Esports
- S9 Esports
The total prize pool of the PUBG Mobile PMPL South Asia Season 4 2021 has not revealed yet. As of now, we wait for an announcement made by the PUBG Mobile Esports.
What happened to the PMCO 2021 Fall Bangladesh slot
South Asian stage was ready to welcome the best teams from the region. Unfortunately, some unwanted situations came up and the journey looked like quite a long way to sort out the slots. The reason behind these ambiguities is the incident of the Bangladesh High Court which had ordered to ban PUBG Mobile recently, along with some other social media apps. As a result, the ongoing tournament of PMCO 2021 Fall: Bangladesh was cancelled.
There were 12 invited slots from the last season of PMPL. With the PMCO BD being cancelled, another team was to put in that place, making 13 invited teams from the last PMPL. But the 13th positioned team, Venom Legends, was already qualified to be the champions of PMNC BD 2021. So, the chance went to the 14th placed team, that is none other than A1 eSports, which is another team from Bangladesh! Indeed, a win-win situation for the teams from Bangladesh and it was a lucky situation for A1.
As the tournament is finally happening with teams from Bangladesh as well as other regions, the South Asian stage is ready to welcome them into the arena. Fans from the SA countries, now, can hope for a memorable event.