Four Philippine squads will be representing the country in the PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split 2020: SEA Wildcard (PMCO) regional finals after winning at the recently concluded PUBG Mobile Philippine National Championship (PPNC).
Out of the 192 squads that competed in the first-ever PUBG Mobile tournament in the Philippine Pro Gaming League (PPGL), the winning teams were led by national champions BERSERKER. Joining them were Blacklist International, Almost Evil Adrastos, and All-Star Team Puyat. They earned the right to carry the flag against the rest of the Southeast Asian contingent.
The livestream of the PMCO Fall Split 2020: SEA Wildcard will be announced at a later date so stay tuned and cheer for the Philippine representatives on the PUBG Mobile Esports (English) Facebook and YouTube pages.
“Synergizing with PUBG Mobile, Globe Telecom, and all the stakeholders for this event concretizes everything that Mineski stands for. Collaboration is the key to make impactful changes to the lives of every Filipino gamer, and to making esports the number one sport in the world. The PPGL will continue to provide more exciting opportunities in the years to come,” said Mineski Global CEO and founder Ronald Robins.
“At Globe, we are amazed by the evolution of gaming in the Philippines. We will continue to recreate ways to enable our Filipino Esports enthusiasts to further enhance their gaming experience,” said DC Dominguez, head of Globe Games and Esports, the official partner of the PPGL.
A representative from PUBG Mobile shared that thanks to the partnership with Globe and Mineski Philippines, they have been able to provide an avenue for enthusiasts of PUBG Mobile with the first-ever PPNC held to resounding success by the PPGL. The PPNC aims to be an annual PUBG Mobile tournament.
The PPGL is an amateur and professional esports league co-owned and operated by Mineski Philippines and Globe Telecom. It is the largest multi-game league in the Philippines, delivering esports experience and gaming entertainment to Filipino gamers and communities for the last three years.
To stay updated on streaming schedules, and other announcements, please like and follow the Philippine Pro Gaming League page at facebook.com/pppglgg.