PUBG Mobile Pro League or PMPL South Asia 2020 suspended until further notice to ensure the safety of the players because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 20 teams from India, Nepal, and Bangladesh were competing with each other in the tournament for a massive prize pool of $200,000, as well as to secure a spot in the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL).
According to several sources, PMPL South Asia may resume again in May this year. This choice is open for the organizers, as the final decision for this competition is yet to be taken.
If everything goes as planned, and the lockdown gets lifted on time, then the PMPL South Asia will be held around mid-May and will be an online event. The official declaration for the same, though, is yet to be made by PUBG Mobile.
Meanwhile, while the current lockdown persists, PMPL SA Scrims has been started to keep the audience entertained during the home quarantine. The same 20 teams scheduled for the PMPL South Asia would battle for a daily prize pool of $1,000.
As per the current ranks of the PMPL SA 2020, UMExRXN is leading the points table, with 137 points and two chicken dinners. SynerGE and TSM-Entity follow UMExRXN in second and third place, with 123 and 121 points, respectively.
PUBG Mobile fans can catch the action of PMPL South Asia, and the Season 2 Scrims live on the PUBG Mobile Esports official YouTube channel.
PMPL SA has been divided into two stages, which include the League stage and Finals. As per officials, the top three squads will get a direct entry into the PMWL 2020 from the league stage. The top two Squads will attain the remaining two spots from the PMPL Final stage.
We will continue bringing more updates from PUBG Mobile Pro League as the situation develops.