PMCO Fall South Asia qualifiers semifinals and finals to take place in November

Shounak Sengupta
10/Oct/2019 08:09 am
  • PMCO Fall Split semifinals and grand finals to take place in first half of November. 
  • Exact dates are yet to be revealed. 
  • 24 teams including SouL, Orange Rock, XSpark, Entity Gaming and more to play in semifinal stage. 

Also read: Dates, format, venue/location revealed for PMCO Fall Championship - South Asia Qualifiers

The PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split Regional qualifiers is currently underway and while most regions are already in their semifinal stage, if not final stage, the South Asia qualifiers are on a bit of a break. The group stages of the South Asia qualifiers have been played out however, with 24 of the 32 teams moving onto the semifinal stage. Earlier the semifinals were supposed to be played in early October, but looks like those dates have been moved to November. This means that both the Semifinal and the Grand Final of the South Asia qualifiers will take place in the first half of November, however the exact dates are yet to be announced by Tencent. 

Since the Prelims for the PMCO Fall Split will kick off somewhere around the 23rd of November, the South Asia qualifiers have to get done by the 10th to allow teams and players time to get their visas. We certainly don’t want a situation like last time, where teams struggled to get visas and had to play with a ping disadvantage. However, considering that the finals are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, it shouldn’t be as hard.

Which teams will be playing in the semifinal stage? 

The group stages saw, 32 teams divided into 4 groups clash for the top 24 spots. The 24 teams who will play in the semifinal stage are as follows:

Orange Rock



Solti Squad

8 bit

MEGA Stars

SynerGE Retribution

Maximus X

Team Insidious

Team SouL




Entity Gaming

RIP Official

Team IND

Reckoning Esports

Zero Degree Esports




Nepali Ho Ni


Trust D Process

The teams have already divided into 3 groups of 8. Each group will play the other over 8 maps, meaning a total of 24 games will take place. The top 16 teams will then move onto the South Asia Finals, which will be a LAN. At the LAN, the top 2 teams will place directly at the Fall Split Finals while the next 3 teams will have to go via the Prelims. 


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