16 Top Teams, 150,000 USD and 2 Spots to World League - PMPL SEA Spring Finals Kicks off This Weekend

Shounak Sengupta
29/Apr/2020 10:04 am
  • The SEA Finals kicks off this weekend.
  • Features the top 16 SEA teams from various PMPLs and qualifiers. 
  • Teams will play for 150,000 USD and 2 spots to the World League. 

The Spring 2020 SEA Finals are upon us as we look ahead to the top teams from one of the most competitive regions, squaring off for a chance to be called SEA’s finest. All teams have qualified via their respective regional PMPLs/PMCOs and although the SEA Finals was supposed to be held offline, the current COVID-19 situation has forced the competition to move online. The 3 day event will be held from the 1st-3rd of May. 

The Teams

16 teams will be a part of the SEA Finals. They include the top teams from each region:

RRQ Athena - Defending Champions - Thailand

Illuminate the Murder - PMPL Thailand

Golden Cat - PMPL Thailand

King of Gamers Club - PMPL Thailand

Bigetron Red Aliens - PMPL Indonesia

Morph Team - PMPL Indonesia

Onic Esports - PMPL Indonesia

Team Secret - PMPL MYSG

Yoodo Gank- PMPL MYSG


BOX Gaming - PMPL Vietnam

TalenT - PMPL Vietnam

BadBoy - PMPL Vietnam

Blacklist International - SEA Wildcard - Philippines

Orange Esports.CG - SEA Wildcard - Cambodia

Yangon Galacticos - SEA Wildcard - Myanmar

150,000 USD and Two Spots to World League Up for Grabs

The tournament has a prize pool of 150,000 USD, with the winners taking home 30,000 USD. There will also be prize money for individual performers, winners of each match and community voted teams. However, what is most important is the fact that the top 2 teams will qualify for World League East. Obviously, a lot of the teams playing in the SEA Finals have already booked their spot in the World League. They are Illuminate, Bigetron RA, Team Secret and BOX Gaming. If any of these teams do finish in the top 2, then the spot will go to the next best team. 

How to Watch PMPL SEA Finals

The SEA Finals will be livestreamed on Facebook on the respective PUBG MOBILE regional pages. An English stream can also be found on the PUBG MOBILE Esports Facebook page. Matches will go live from 13:00 IST/15:30 SGT. 



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