Lasith Malinga a Sri Lankan cricketer announced today that he will be joining the Esports Premier League with his PUBG Mobile team. The EPL this year will keep you on the edge of your seat with a fully overhauled format, some significant shocks on team partners, and a Rs. 1 million prize fund. It is Sri Lanka’s largest Esports league, with over 2,000 Esports athletes anticipated to vie for a position in the 12 teams. This year’s event will take place in August, September, and October. Lasith Malinga PUBG Mobile
The announcement Came from Latish Malinga’s official Twitter account. He Tweeted [Translated]: ” Join my Kandurata Kings PUBG Mobile team now
@GamerLK Sign up for the Singer # Esports Premier League solo qualifiers organized by Join my PUBG Mobile team Kandurata Kings by registering for the solo qualifiers.”
මගේ Kandurata Kings PUBG Mobile team එකට join වෙන්න දැන්ම @GamerLK විසින් සංවිදානය කරන Singer #Esports Premier League solo qualifiers වලට ලියාපදිංචි වන්න.
Join my PUBG Mobile team Kandurata Kings by registering for the solo qualifiers.
Register now: https://t.co/llDNNVdV1a pic.twitter.com/G5gnDn3M95
— Lasith Malinga (@malinga_ninety9) August 16, 2021
Phase 1: Open Qualifier
Online qualifiers are open to every PUBG Mobile player in Sri Lanka. Register as an individual & compete in solo qualifiers. Registrations are completely free.
Phase 2: Team Auction
The top qualifiers will be included in a three-day auction when team managers will bid on and acquire players for their respective teams.
Phase 3 : Playoffs
The main EPL teams will compete in the playoffs. The top 9 teams will move on to the next phase.
Phase 4: Super Weekend And Grand Finals
The super weekends and grand finals, which will take place in October 2021, will determine the final team ranking for the EPL, as well as who will take home the Rs. 1 million prizes!
Through open qualifying and auctions, the finest PUBG Mobile players in Sri Lanka will be chosen to represent each team. A total of 9 franchise will participate in auctions
Gamer.LK is Sri Lanka’s first gaming and Esports community, founded to bring together local gamers and promote Esports as a potential future sport in the country. It was founded in 2007 and has developed dramatically over the years, presently boasting a community of over 50,000 members and hosting some of Sri Lanka’s greatest Esports, Gaming, and Digital Entertainment events. Lasith Malinga esports team