Coordinators of PUBG MOBILE Pro League South Asia aka PMPL announced an alliance with Indian telecommunications company Bharti Airtel. The strategic alliance will see Airtel, powering the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) as the preferred network of the Esports tournament.

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Along with the broadcasting rights to stream enticing league through the Airtel Xstream app and some of the action-packed “exclusive moments“. It will also be accessible for valued Airtel customers as part of its existing “Airtel Thanks” benefits. Nothing in detail has yet to reveal.

PUBG MOBILE is at the zenith, it is still a forerunner esport tournament in the South Asia region. Many appreciate the prize pool and viewership and is said to have made a unique benchmark for fledgling tournaments.

There is no other title in the region that can match prize pools of  PUBG MOBILE. In 2019, that over 50% of the comprehensive eSport prize pool in the region comes from here.

About PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL)

The ongoing PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia has already started from May 22nd and will be available till June 14th. It will feature the top 20 teams who are competing to taking away PUBG Mobile World League $5M USD prize pool and trophy. Thus claiming to be the ultimate PUBG, professional playing team.

PMPL South Asia is airing at 6.00 PM – 10.20 PM from Friday to Sunday per week from May 29th to June 14th. The league will live-stream on the Airtel Xstream app and the PUBG Mobile esports channel.

Shashwat Sharma, Chief Marketing Officer, Bharti Airtel said,

Airtel is…thrilled to join forces with PMPL to power the country’s Esports revolution. Given the growing popularity of online gaming amongst the youth. we will also be bringing the best of Esports in India to our digital entertainment platforms as part of Airtel Thanks.

Shashwat Sharma

Official statements released,

In a press, James, Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports of Tencent Games said,

PUBG Mobile is always to deliver a good quality product and superior Esports experience to players and audiences around the world. With the help of the Airtel network service, we have more confidence that players can enjoy wonderful PUBG Mobile Esports tournaments.

James Yang

Akshat Rathee, Cofounder and MD of NODWIN Gaming facilitated this partnership said

Bringing together two of our partners who have shown a deep commitment to growing esports in India is the natural evolution of the ecosystem in India. In PUBG Mobile we have a partner who deeply understands the youth of India and in Airtel. we have a partner who has deep customer insights. This is a match made in heaven.

Akshat Rathee

What’s More?

Airtel Xstream is a digital service that offers its subscribers in India access to Over The Top platforms, along with regular TV channels. This will allow Airtel Xstream subscribers in India to watch the tournament at their leisure time on their televisions  

By Tanya Mishra

A Writer 'All Ghillied Up' as a Gamer.

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