PMPL SEA vs South Asia: TSM-Entity Start Off Week 3 With A Bang; SEA Champions Off To A Slow Start

Shounak Sengupta
8/May/2020 04:54 pm

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  • TSM-Entity take a 19 point lead after day 1 of the third week of PMPL SEA vs South Asia scrims. 
  • This week's guests include SEA Champions, Yoodo Gank, Vietnamese squad Talent, Thailand's Faze Clan and Indonesia's Onic Esports. 

The third week of the PMPL SEA vs South Asia scrims kicked off earlier today with TSM-Entity kicking things off with a bang. The team picked up 2 chicken dinners and 37 frags on the opening day to establish a comfortable lead for themselves on the top of the table. Meanwhile, fan favorites, Soul got off to a horrendous start, with only 7 points in 5 games, as they find themselves in bottom place. 

A strong start by TSM-Entity on week 3 | Image via @PUBG MOBILE Esports

Recently crowned SEA champions, Yoodo Gank also didn’t have a great time in the competition as they sit in 12th place with just 14 kills. The team looked out of place against the South Asian teams, unaware of the rotations and drops that teams were making as they suffered early casualties each time. 

Other than TSM-Entity, Team IND were impressive as they posted 40 frags on day 1, the highest for the day. They sit in second place, 19 points behind the table toppers. Marcos Gaming and Godlike also managed chicken dinners but were unable to top the consistency and tenacity of Megastars, who sit in third place. 

With names like Fnatic, Faze Clan and Orange Rock set to play from Group C tomorrow onwards, let’s see what twists and turns emerge in the final week of the PMPL SEA vs South Asia scrims. With SEA already having won 2 out of the three weeks, the pressure will be on the South Asian squads to try and get one back for their region. TSM-Entity are the prime candidates as they have continuously proved that they are the side to beat in the region and after a poor run in week 2, the team have bounced back for the timebeing. 


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