There is always something innovative happening at the ends of Tencent Games, right after declaring PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Finals it seems like nothing is stopping them.
Recently the Director of Global Esports, PUBG MOBILE reveals the most awaited PUBG MOBILE World League Season Zero. This unique season is specially curated to deliver nail-biting competition in the esports ecosystem.
Overall Forty teams hailing from the different parts of the world will participate under two regions, East and West, and will go head to head for a whopping $850K USD prize pool. This is the largest single-event prize pool in PUBG MOBILE history. Indeed, PUBG Mobile never seems to disappoint its fans.
Also, as per some strong sources, the sign-ups for the PMCO 2020 Fall Split will begin from June 24. For further information regarding the registration procedure, you can visit their official site-clubopen.pubgmobile.com
About Season Zero
Season Zero is a dynamic international esports competition especially formulated amid the COVID-19 pandemic state. Prior to this, the original plan entails the exclusive airing of World League matches from a newly developed studio in Katowice, Poland, established in collaboration with ESL. But due to the recent onslaught of the pandemic has postponed the project, and matches will not occur until it is safe to host and play the matches.
PUBG MOBILE World League Season Zero is to start from 10th July to 9th August. The East League will commence at 6 PM for Asia, and the West League will commence at 12:30 AM for Europe and America. And the whole season is to run online and the fans can live-stream this exciting season at its official YouTube channel.