PMPL MYSG Set to Kick Off Next Week as Popular SEA Orgs Set To Clash Again

Shounak Sengupta
28/Feb/2020 03:26 pm

24 teams from Malaysia and Singapore are set to begin their three weeks of league play, starting 3rd of March as we gear up for PMPL MYSG. The teams will play across three weeks, after which the top 16 teams will move onto the PMPL MYSG Finals stage. Additionally the team on the top spot after the League stage will earn a direct slot into PMWL East. 

With names like Team Secret, Bigetron Malaysia, Yoodo Gank and even Geek Fam all in the Mix, PMPL MYSG will be the second Pro League to kick off after PMPL Thailand. For the 16 teams who qualify to the next stage, the opportunity will be there to play for a 99,000 USD prize pool and spots to the SEA Finals, from where additional spots to PMWL East are possible. 


Team Secret (Malaysia)

Geek Fam PUBGM (Malaysia)

Yoodo Gank (Malaysia)

Bigetron Malaysia (Malaysia)

EVOS Vip (Malaysia)

Bapak Ak Esports FV (Malaysia)

Unbeatable Gaming (Malaysia)

Traitor Esports (Malaysia)

Resurgence MY (Malaysia)

Last Survivor R2K (Malaysia)

ESG Gaming (Malaysia)

Axis MPX (Malaysia)

Dingoz MZ (Malaysia)

Tone WoW Esport (Malaysia)

TARA Proyecto X (Malaysia)

MRe Syndicate (Malaysia)

Boss Weh (Malaysia)

N.E.D Brotherhood (Malaysia)

Team No Recoil  (Malaysia)

Xpert MY  (Malaysia)

Impunity Kage (Singapore)

Steel Hearts Esports (Singapore)

Divinity Esports (Singapore)

Team H2O (Singapore)

Talent for the PMPL MYSG | Image via @PUBG Mobile Malaysia

Dates | Format | How To Watch

The League Stage will last from 3rd March to 22nd March with games taking place on 6 days each week. Like other regions, teams will be split into 3 groups, with 2 groups playing on each day. A total of 6 maps will be played out on each day with each group playing the other twice over the course of a week. 

Unlike PMPL Thailand, the League stage will not open to the live audience. However, games can be watched on the PUBG Mobile Malaysia and Singapore pages. 


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Shounak has been one of AFK Gaming’s longest-serving esports journalists. From Dota, to Counter Strike and now Mobile Titles, you can rely on him to bring you the latest scoop and news from the world of esports.