PUBG Mobile Pro League MY/SG Introduces New Players That Will Join The Top 3 Teams In Season 4

PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUE (PMPL) brings in more exciting changes in Season 4 with Malaysia’s biggest Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) joining the top three teams to intensify the competition. Among the notable KOLs include streamer maharaja, Mohd Fariz “Soloz” Zakaria who will be joining the Anti Circle team, DaddyHood (DDYHD) who will be joining the Homebois team and XK Penjahat who will be joining the R2K team.

Soloz’s participation comes as great news especially for his huge amount of followers in the esports community and his commitment to help groom younger players. Daddyhood, a skater-turned entrepreneur from Johor, will continue to make his mark in the esports arena with the Homebois team in hopes to reap victory. Meanwhile, XK Penjahat from the R2K team are a talented bunch following their victory in a PUBG Mobile tournament back in February which makes it a tough competition against other teams.

“We’re committed to bring a strategic esports competition with major breakthroughs in the world of mobile esports. Thus, PUBG MOBILE will continuously strive to present an exceptional tournament that unites fans and communities together through esports. With the inclusion of all three key players we hope tol set the stage for more intense competition and to boost esports in the country,” said Gaga Li, Head of PUBG MOBILE SEA Esports.

“With the participation of these KOLs and their huge number of followers we hope to light up the highly watched PUBG Mobile esports scene and will further inspire and groom younger players in the esports community. With such highly rated players, PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUE Season 4 certainly promises to be an exciting outing for millions of esports enthusiasts and the development of the industry in Malaysia.”

The PUBG Mobile Pro League Malaysia/Singapore Season 4 will last from August 24 to September 19. The competition is set to last for 18 days and it comes with a total prize pool of USD 150,000. Following changes from previous seasons, weekday matches will be every Tuesday and Wednesdays. Meanwhile, Super Weekends will last from Friday to Sunday. This season, the first place team from each region and the top 3 teams from the winning country will advance to the SEA Championship. Also, the top 3 teams of the SEA Championship will move on to the long-awaited PMGC at the end of the year, with a total prize pool of USD$6 Million dollars!

29 July 2021

Author: Terry KS

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