PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUE (known as PMPL) is back for a new season with a new format, and with all the eye-catching transfers among the best 20 PMPL MY/SG/PH teams, fans are looking forward to the coming tournament.
The 2022 PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall is hosted by PUBG Mobile, organized by VSPN and supported by this year’s Official Smartphone Partner, realme, Official Digital Telco Partner, Yoodo, and Official Livestream Partner, TikTok.
The 2022 PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall consists of a Country League and Country Finals, with a total prize pool of $150,000.
The Country League will be fully online for 3 weeks, on every Wednesday to Sunday, starting from 20th July to 7th August 2022, while the Country Finals will be from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th of August 2022.
The 20 invited professional teams that will be competing in the upcoming 2022 PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall consist of teams from 3 countries, Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines.
The 20 teams of 2022 PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall are seeded into 5 groups of 4 teams, while the Top 5 teams of 2022 PMPL MY/SG/PH Spring will be seeded respectively into 5 groups to compete against each other for a total 20 matches a week.
2022 PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Team Preview
The top 12 teams each week will compete on the Livik map each Sunday for Extra Points. Each team will earn Bonus Points based on their overall league ranking, and the Bonus Points for each team will be carried to the Country Finals. The top 16 teams will qualify for the Country Finals.
The Top 4 teams in the Country Finals will qualify directly for the 2022 PMPL SEA Championship Fall.
Teams from 5th to 7th place in the Country Finals will be given a chance to compete in the Play-ins with APAC’s Top 4 teams for the last three slots of the 2022 PMPL SEA Championship Fall. In addition, the Spring’s Champion, D’Xavier from Vietnam, will have a direct entry into the Championship League.
There are a lot of big movements and transfers happening between teams from all around the Southeast Asia region. Malaysian wonderboy, uHigh, returns to play in Malaysia under Geek Fam.
This came as a huge surprise as Indonesia PUBG Mobile fans were not expecting Bigetron Red Aliens to leave out uHigh from their lineup. Jumper, Bronze medalist for the SEA Games 2021 PUBG Mobile Team Category, has left team Axis redONE and joined last season's Country Finals winner, team 4Rivals.
Previously Jumper was loaned to Tabah NSEA to represent Malaysia in SEA Games for both the individual and team category. Also to mention Draxx who has been playing PUBG Mobile professionally alongside ManParang from SEM9 for the longest time will not be playing together for this season as he is now loaned to Team SMG.
Will the teams from Malaysia, Singapore, or Philippines be able to reign supreme in the upcoming SEA Championship for this Fall season? Or will Vietnam continue to echo their dominance just like the previous Spring season?