Tencent has announced that its Spring Season of the PEL 2023, a glamorous franchise competition for Game For Peace (Chinese PUBG Mobile), will start from February 9 and will run till April 22. The season will feature 20 participants, which will be competing for the prestigious trophy and hefty prize pool. The competition will take place in three stages: Regular season, Playoffs, and the Grand Finals.
A total of 32 matchdays will last eight weeks and will be played each week, from Thursday to Sunday. It will be a LAN affair at the Chengdu Quantum World Esports Center. The organiser is yet to unveil the full format and structure, like the team progressing through each stage, map rotation, allocation, prize pool and more. PEL has hosted five games per matchday, and it appears that there will be many similarities in the format of the event compared to the last year.
The 2023 PUBG World League (PMWI) will boast several squads across the globe. The organizers are yet to unveil the full format and structure, like team progression through each stage, map rotation, allocation, prize pool, and more.
However, PEL typically hosts five games per matchday and it appears that there will be many similarities in the format of the event compared to last year. Also, the spring player transfer window in early January this year has seen a lot of changes. Veteran players Suk and DaoShi were signed by Weibo Gaming while FlowerC was acquired by The Chosen for the upcoming season.
With the 19th Asian Games, which was earlier scheduled for 2022 will take place this year on October 23, teams will get a great opportunity to prepare themselves for medals in the marquee tournament. Here is the list of teams which will participate in the PEL 2023:
1. Four Angry Men
2. Action Culture Technology (ACT)
3. All Gamers
8. Nova Esports
9. Team PAI
11. Show Time
13. The Chosen (TC)
17. ThunderTalk Gaming
18. Vision Esports
19. Weibo Gaming (WBG)
20. Wolves (formerly SMG)