Battle Royale titles like PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, and COD Mobile have emerged as industry leaders when it involves mobile gaming.
While these titles still grow, their esports ecosystem has flourished also, especially within the case of PUBG Mobile, with the prize-money increasing with each passing tournament. The recently concluded PUBG Mobile Global Championship had a whopping prize pool of over $2 Million.
The latest tournament to hitch the fray is that the PUBG Mobile Japan League (PMJL). The tournament boasts a huge prize pool of $2.8 Million (300 Million Yen), which is that the largest in Japan.
The tournament is going to be divided into two phases, and therefore the first phase will begin on February 13th, with 16 invited Japanese teams competing for the last word prize.
The teams will battle it out over a period of 24 days of united play and compete during a total of fifty matches during a single phase. The remaining 50 matches are going to be played within the second phase of the tournament.
The top 14 teams from the event will qualify for PUBG Mobile Japan League Season 2 (PMJL: S2), while the remaining two are going to be relegated to the PUBG Mobile Challenge League Season 2 (PMCL: S2).
The 16 invited teams for PUBG Mobile Japan League
1.) AQUOS Detonation Violet
2.) Team Axiz
3.) BC Swell
4.) Blue Bees
5.) Cyclops Athlete Gaming
6.) Team Detonator
7.) Donuts USG
8.) Team FOR7
9.) Team Jupiter
10.) Lag Gaming
11.) Team Reject
12.) Team Scarz
13.) Songoku Gaming
14.) Team SunSister
15.) Team Unite
16.) Street Gamers
It would be fascinating to ascertain how the teams perform under such immense pressure. The team that holds their nerve until the very end and perseveres hard will eventually be crowned the champion.
PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam Season 3: Qualified and invited teams
After a successful 2020, PUBG Mobile Esports is brimming confidently. The 2021 esports circuit will see a 180 percent increase in prize to $14 million.
The 2021 season will begin with PUBG Mobile Club Open. PUBG officials will organize PMCO Spring Split 2021 in 27 regions, and therefore the total prize pool of the PMCO is around $1.65 million. Top teams from PMCO will move to the professional leagues of their respective regions.
The Club Open tournament for the Vietnam region concluded a couple of days back, and therefore the top 18 teams have qualified for the subsequent stage.
The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Vietnam Season 3 is scheduled from March 24th to April 18th. the highest 20 teams from Vietnam will fight for the huge prize pool of PMPL SEA’s qualification spot. the entire prize pool of PUBG Mobile Esports Vietnam in 2021 is 11.5 billion VND (around $500k ).
The PMPL Vietnam will happen in two stages: league stage and finals. Twenty teams will battle one another within the league stages from March 24th to April 11th. the highest 16 teams will qualify for the ultimate, which is scheduled from April 16th to 18th.
The champions of the PMPL 2020 season 2 Vietnam (PMPL Fall Split) V Gaming and first runners-up Box Gaming are invited on to the league stages of the PMPL 2021 Spring Split.
Qualified teams for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam:
1. Infinity IQ
2. 8Nine Squad
3. Genius Gaming
4. D2F Team
5. Four Talent
6. Hero Gaming
8. Best Absolutely Training
9. Eagle Esports
10. Reaper Killer
11. One More
12. Vinastar Esports
13. DRK Esports
14. FFQ Mobile
16. P Gaming
17. Like Glue Gaming
18. Shine Like Diamond
Invited teams for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Vietnam season 3:
1. V Gaming
2. BOX Gaming