KL hosting PUBG Mobile pro league, more than RM650K in prize money up for grabs


All teams will be gathered at the venue to compete in 18 matches across three days to earn the most points and win the championship title. — Handout

The PUBG Mobile Pro League SEA Championship Spring will be held at the Pavilion Bukit Jalil Exhibition Centre in Kuala Lumpur on June 10 to 12.

The tournament offering a total prize pool of US$150,000 (RM659,640) will feature 16 teams including Team Secret, Yoodo Alliance x 4Rivals, Dingoz Esports and Farang Lejund from Malaysia who will be competing against teams from Vietnam (Box Gaming, Dxavier, BN United, Eagle Esports), Indonesia (Ion Esports, Evos Reborn, Rex Regum Qeon Ryu) and Thailand (Vampire Esports, Bacon Time, TEM Entertaiment, Hail Esports TH, The Infinity).

All teams will be gathered at the venue to compete in 18 matches across three days to earn the most points and win the championship title.

Fans can purchase tickets to the event starting May 27 until June 9 on www.ticket2u.com.my.

Tickets are priced at RM20 for a one-day ticket and RM50 for a three-day pass. The event is expected to kick off at 2.30pm on June 10.

Th event will also be streamed live on PUBG Mobile Malaysia's Facebook and YouTube platforms.

Team Secret won the PUBG Mobile SEA Championship S4 back in November, taking home a cash prize of US$30,800 (RM135,446), defeating teams from Indonesia and Thailand.

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