As part of the league, it will use the already existing PUBG mobile tournaments such as the PMCO and PMPL.
It looks like Tencent Games and Nodwin Gaming are collaborate with each other to bring a PUBG mobile esports circuit to South Asia for 2020. The League will use the existing tournaments as part of it. This will be part of the official PMCO and PMPL events in some regions.
Both the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) and the PUBG Mobile Club Open have been considered admission tournaments for the PUBG Mobile World League (PWPL).
Nodwin Gaming and PUBG Mobile
Nodwin Gaming has collaborated with PUBG Mobile in Spring Split India on June 20, 2012 followed by the PMCO Fall Split South Asia in October 2019. He now plans to provide match hosting, broadcasting, player and talent management, league operations and overall event management.
“For us at Nodwin Gaming, 20 is the building block for redefining PUBG with mobile. The PMCO laid the foundation for a larger philosophy. Our affiliation with PUBG MOBILE in 2020 means that we are able to implement that vision in our style.
The introduction of the Pro League has made the whole league structure more compelling and engaging. Therefore the community is fantastic and so are we. Akshat Rathi, MD and founder of Nodwin Gaming, says the high decibel is a jar fill arena.
PMCO 2020: Details
The group episodes of the PMCO 2020 Spring Split started on February 7. The PMCO also saw 32 teams picked from multiple regions. They were selected from over 42,000 squads to take part in the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2020 (PMCO 2020) Spring Split.
Also the PMCO 2020 Spring Split Regional Finals began on Saturday, February 22 to Sunday, February 27 in South Asia and India. And after the group stage, those teams stood up and qualified for the regional finals.
Also these teams have now had the chance to enter the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL). Of these, the top 5 will go to the PMPL South Asia and fight for 5 slots for the World League East.