PMCO Fall 2020, PMPL Season 2 Schedules Announced

Shounak Sengupta
10/Aug/2020 10:35 am

As part of the finale of the PUBG MOBILE World League Season Zero, the schedule for the second half of the year was revealed. Like the Spring Split, the Fall Split will also be structured into the PUBG Mobile Club Open, PUBG Mobile Pro League and PUBG Mobile World League.

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PMCO Fall Split 2020 Schedule

The PMCO will be the first step of the competition meant for amateur and semi-professional teams. The registrations and qualifiers for the PMCO have already begun and in many cases, concluded. 80,000 teams took part in the PMCO Fall Split qualifiers, across all regions. The dates for various regional PMCOs are as follows:

PMCO North America: Aug. 11 to 30

PMCO LATAM: Aug. 11 to 30

PMCO Brazil: Aug. 11 to 30

PMCO Iraq: Aug. 11 to 30

PMCO South Asia: Aug. 12 to 30

PMCO India: Aug. 12 to 30

PMCO Pakistan: Aug. 12 to Sept. 30

PMCO Wildcard: Aug. 25 to Sept. 13

PMCO Europe: Sept. 1 to 20

PMCO CIS: Sept. 1 to 20

PMCO Middle East: Sept. 1 to 20

PMCO SEA Wildcard: Sept. 12 to 20

PMCO Turkey: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11

PMCO Germany: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11

PMCO Egypt: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11

PMCO Saudi Arabia: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11

PMPL Season 2 Schedule

The PMPL will feature the top teams from each region. It will include some teams who are directly invited from last season and those who qualify via the PMCO. 

PMPL Indonesia: Aug. 14 to September

PMPL Vietnam: Sept. 1 to October

PMPL Thailand: Aug. 14 to September

PMPL MY/SG: Aug. 19 to Sept. 27

PMPL South Asia: September

PMPL Americas: September

The PMPL is likely to be followed by the PUBG Mobile World League or PMWL. If the global pandemic situation improves by the end of the year, it is also likely that the PUBG Mobile World Championship will be held in December. This will involve the top teams from the east and west divisions fighting for the tag of the best team in the world. A more concrete announcement about the World Championship is expected on August 24. 

While the PMCO matches will be played under the existing points system, PMPL Season 2 will use the new points system, as revealed by PUBG Mobile. 

[Also read: PUBG MOBILE Introduces New Points System For Next Season]


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