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PUBG Mobile Pro League - Spring Split 2020: South Asia Regular Season

[e][h]PUBG Mobile Pro League - Spring Split 2020: South Asia League
League Information
Series:
PUBG Mobile Pro League PUBG Mobile Pro League
Organizer:
Tencent Games
PUBG Corporation
Nodwin Gaming
Type:
Online
Teams:
20
Game Mode:
Squads TPP
Platform:
Prize Pool:
$61,500 USD
Start Date:
2020-03-19
End Date:
2020-04-??
Liquipedia Tier:
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PUBG Mobile South Asia Pro League is a PUBG Mobile professional league for the South Asia region. The league features teams from India & South Asia. The Split will culminated at the PUBG Mobile World Championship 2020.

About[edit]

Event postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 situation[1]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • English Commentators:
  • Hindi Host:
    • India kRaT (Mannu Karki)
  • Hindi Commentators:
    • India K18 (Ketan Patel)
    • India Ocean (Ocean Sharma)

Format[edit]

  • Pro League South Asia 2020 Spring (League): March 19th - April 5th, 2020
    • Squad TPP: 20 Teams league.
      • 3 Weeks of League Play - 20 Teams are split into five groups, League Round Robin
        (Each team plays 16 matches per week)
      • Tournament moved to Online format due to COVID-19 situation,
        • Teams without any available bootcamps are required to played at a provided camp in Delhi, India.

Matchdays[edit]

  • 4 Matchdays per week: 5 Matches each day
    • Thursday: 4x ABCD + 1x ACDE
    • Friday: 3x ACDE + 2x BCDE
    • Saturday: 2x BCDE + 3x ABCE
    • Sunday: 1x ABCE + 4x ABDE

Allocations[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

$200,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:
Prize pool included total winnings.

Participants[edit]

Direct Qualified[edit]

                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
1 Due to 1 Team per Organization rule, Roster of ETG.Brawlers acquired by Power House
2 Team SoloMid entered partnership with Entity Gaming, formed TSM Entity. [2]

Club Open India[edit]

                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
Celtz
1India MJ 
2India ROXX 
3India RED 
4India Ultron 
5India Attanki 
                    

Club Open South Asia[edit]

                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    

Group Draw[edit]

Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E
TSM Entity Team SouL SynerGE TeamIND Power House
Marcos Gaming Team Tamilas MegaStars Orange Rock GodLike
Hype Instinct Esports Jyanmaara Deadeyes Guy Team Xtreme
Celtz VSG Crawlers UMumba eSports Rxn Fnatic ElementriX

Results[edit]

Overall Standings
Team Round 1 Round 2Round 3 Total
LP LPLP
1. Umumba eSports Rxn W1 137W2 0W3 0137
2. SynerGE W1 123W2 0W3 0123
3. TSM Entity W1 121W2 0W3 0121
4. TeamIND W1 111W2 0W3 0111
5. Orange Rock W1 105W2 0W3 0105
6. Fnatic W1 88W2 0W3 088
7. Power House W1 80W2 0W3 080
8. GodLike W1 72W2 0W3 072
9. Team Tamilas W1 61W2 0W3 061
10. MegaStars W1 61W2 0W3 061
11. JyanMaara W1 59W2 0W3 059
12. Celtz W1 57W2 0W3 057
13. Team Xtreme W1 57W2 0W3 057
14. Team SouL W1 52W2 0W3 052
15. VSG Crawlers W1 45W2 0W3 045
16. Hype W1 42W2 0W3 042
17. Elementrix W1 42W2 0W3 042
18. Marcos Gaming W1 37W2 0W3 037
19. Deadeyes Guy W1 34W2 0W3 034
20. Instinct Esports W1 12W2 0W3 012

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