16 PUBG Mobile Teams Disqualified From Competing In PMCO Fall Split 2021

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16 PUBG Mobile Teams Disqualified From Competing in PMCO Fall Split 2021

16 PUBG Mobile teams disqualified for various offences.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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A total of 16 PUBG Mobile teams have been disqualified from various regional PMCO Fall Split 2021 tournaments.
These teams have been disqualified from competing in the tournament for various offences like fake document submission, anticheat evasion, and any form of cheating.
The PMCO Fall Split 2021 tournaments affected by these disqualifications are Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, South Asia Wildcard, and Wildcard.

Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation have taken a decision against 16 PUBG Mobile teams competing in the currently ongoing PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2021, disqualifying them from the tournament for various offences committed by them. The teams that have been disqualified belong to the following regional PMCO tournaments - Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, South Asia Wildcard, and Wildcard. The organizers have highlighted the reason behind each of these teams being disqualified from the tournament, the most common being fake document submission, anticheat evasion, and any form of cheating.

Sixteen PUBG Mobile teams disqualified from PMCO Fall Split 2021

The organizers of PMCO Fall Split 2021 announced yesterday on 20th August via their official Facebook page, that 16 PUBG Mobile teams have been disqualified across five different regional tournaments for various offences.

The list of these teams and the reason behind their disqualification is as follows,

PMCO Fall Split 2021 - Bangladesh

  • Unstoppable ES - Fake Document Submission

  • Vangchur Squad - Fake Document Submission

  • Phantom Esports - Fake Document Submission, Anticheat Evasion

PMCO Fall Split 2021 - Nepal

  • Goza Esports - Anticheat Evasion

  • Hellraisers - Anticheat Evasion

PMCO Fall Split 2021 - Pakistan

  • 4 Generation - Fake Document Submission

  • BFM Esports - Cheating, Anticheat Evasion

  • Four Vipers - Anticheat Evasion

  • 3X Esports - Fake Document Submission

  • BYP Elites - Fake Document Submission, Anticheat Evasion

  • 1920 Esports - Anticheat Evasion

PMCO Fall Split 2021 - South Asia Wildcard

  • Team WMG - Anticheat Evasion

  • Bad Boys - Anticheat Evasion

PMCO Fall Split 2021 - Wildcard

  • Team Justicez - Anticheat Evasion

  • The Third Eye - Cheating

  • Reaper X - Fake Documents

Goza Esports and Hellraisers from Nepal had made their way through the qualifiers and into the Group Draw before being disqualified. They were a part of Group C and Group D, respectively.

All the six Pakistani teams were disqualified between the third and fourth day of the qualifiers, as only 26 teams remain in content for the final stage.

Mongolian teams, Team WMG and Bad boys were part of Group B and Group C, respectively. They were both disqualified after the second day of the competition.

Limited information is available on the PMCO Fall Split 2021 - Bangladesh and Wildcard disqualified teams.

The PUBG Mobile community applauded the organizers for their swift action and decision making. The majority resonated with the message that the South Asian region as a whole needs to buckle up when it comes to maintaining competitive integrity, as the number of teams facing disqualification at such a high level reflects poorly upon the region as a whole.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.