PMPL MY/SG Season 4: Start Date, Teams, and Where to Watch the PUBG Mobile Pro League. The next edition of the PUBG Mobile esports tournament, PMPL MYSG League Season 4 is all set to take place later this month. The competition will serve as a qualifier for the PMPL regional Championship, which will be held in the Southeast Asia area (which also includes Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam). The overall prize pool of PUBG Mobile Pro League MY/SG Season 4 is $1,50,000 USD.
PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) MY/SG Season 4: Schedule
The PMPL S4 MYSG League will begin on August 24th, 2021, and conclude on September 12th, 2021. The league stage will last three weeks, with three Super Weekends in which teams would compete for a berth in the Country Finals and then the SEA Championship.
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PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) MY/SG Season 4: Format
The competition will be separated into two parts: the League stage and the Grand finals, as is customary for all PUBG Mobile competitive tournaments. All teams compete for two days in the league stage, and the top 16 teams from each week advance to the Super Weekends. The bottom four teams will be evicted from the PMPL for that week and will have to qualify again if they want to play in the league again in the future weeks. The top 16 teams based only on Super Weekend rankings will qualify for the Country Finals after three weeks and from there to SEA Championship.
- Staff Secret
- Anti Circle
- Axis Redone
- Staff SMG
- Evos VIP
- Al-Ikhlas R2K
- Staff Whales
PUBG Mobile National Championship Malaysia:
- Yoodo Alliance
- Staff Bosskurr
- YSX Esport
PMPL MY/SG Qualifiers
- NSP Astra
- TABAH NSEA
- Farang Lejund
PMPL MY/SG Season 4 will be most probably opt for Hardcore mode. Hardcore mode, for those who don’t know, is a setting that removes some elements to give you a more genuine experience in the world of battle. Aim Assist, Sound Visualizer, and Hit Mark have all been deleted, meaning players may no longer rely on map markers for bullet noises, etc. All matches will be broadcast live on the PUBG Mobile Malaysia Facebook and YouTube pages. WeTV and Esports Fight Club will also stream it.
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