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PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022: Teams, Format, Schedule and All you need to know

The top team from the PMPL 2022 will qualify for the $4 million mega event, PMGC 2022.

Tanishq Sharma Author

Updated - 19 July 2022 2:18 pm

PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has announced the fall split of Pro League 2022 Malaysia/Singapore/Philippines, which is scheduled to start from July 20. The event features a massive prize pool of $150,000 with a chance to qualify for the SEA Championship Fall for the top four winning teams.

The top team from the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) 2022 will qualify for the $4 million mega event, PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022.

PMPL 2022 MY/SG/PH Teams:

Team Secret (Malaysia)
Dingoz Esports (Malaysia)
Team Bosskurr (Malaysia)
4 Rivals (Malaysia)
Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia)
HomeBois (Malaysia)
Genexus (Malaysia)
RSG (Malaysia)
Geek fam (Malaysia)
Farang Guerilla (Malaysia)
Axis Red One (Malaysia)
Sem9 (Malaysia)
Don’t Break Dreams (Malaysia)
MAB Esports (Malaysia)
CRIT VIP (Malaysia)
TABAH NSEA (Malaysia)
Team Haq (Malaysia)
Team SMG (Malaysia)
Team Mugen (Singapore)
Hyve International (Phillipines)

PMPL 2022 Format & Schedule:

A total of 20 teams will battle in the PMPL 2022 MY/SG/PH Fall into five groups of four teams each in the Third Person Perspective (TPP) mode. The league is divide into two stages- Country League, and Country Finals.

The three-week-long Country League will feature 25 matches every week, while the top 12 teams each week will play a special match in the Livik Map on Sundays. Teams will be awarded bonus points after each week based on their leaderboard rankings. The top 16 teams will advance to Finals while the remaining four get eliminated.

The Finals will be played from August 26 to 28 featuring a total of 18 matches. The top four teams after the Country Finals will secure the SEA Championship Fall 2022 spots with the following three teams to qualify for the play-ins.

Team 4 Rivals will be looking to defend their championship title as the last season’s second-placed Dingoz Esports will fight hard to claim the top spot this season. The best performing Malaysian team in the SEA spring, Team Secret have signed Izane while Geek Fam signed uHigh on its roster.

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