- The PMPL South Asia Championship has been put off for a later date
- Instead of starting on May 13 as initially planned, it will take place between June 10 and 13
- The reasons for the delay weren’t made public
The first season of the PMPL Championship in South Asia has been rescheduled for June.
A Last-Moment Delay Sets the Event for June
The PlayerUnknown’s Battleground Mobile Pro League South Asia Championship has been postponed. This was announced by Tencent on the official PUBG Mobile Esports Instagram.
The announcement came in the last possible moment on Thursday, May 13 – the day the tournament was originally planned for. Instead, fans were informed that the event will be rescheduled for June 10 to 13.
Tencent didn’t will to talk about the details behind the delay. The company is also yet to reveal other crucial details, such as the tournament’s format and prize pool.
The qualified teams origin from a wide variety of South Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau. They will now have an additional month to prepare for the postponed event.
Here’s a list of the players by their origin:
- DRS Gaming
- Z3US Esports
- 7Sea Esports
- Deadeyes Guys
- Trained To Kill
- Stalwart Flex
- PN Crew
- Astra Academy
- Apes INC
- Skylightz Gaming
HTM (Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau)
- LIT Esports
- INV Esports
- SD Gaming
The South Asia Championship is the regional championship that is a part of the PUBG Mobile Pro League which is a series of events taking place across various regions. This year’s edition has secured an astonishing $14 million prize pool.