PUBG Mobile has launched its inaugural esports partnership program, the PUBG Mobile Partnership Program.
The new initiative will start in Southeast Asia with the creation of the PUBG Mobile Super League Southeast Asia (PMSL SEA), which will kick off in March this year with a Spring Season, and August with the Fall Season.
The PMPL SEA championship will be replaced by the PMSL SEA, which will become the primary tier of the PMPL. The leading teams from PMPL will participate in both PMPL and PMSL.
Moreover, all teams in the Partnership Program will have a secured slot in PMSL, regardless of their PMPL ranking. The top-performing teams in PMPL and PMSL will be promoted to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC).
As official partners of PUBG Mobile, teams in the PMSL will have the opportunity to develop together, increase their fan base, and enhance their competitive performance.
Additionally, becoming a league partner provides teams with assured slots in their corresponding PMPL and PMSL regions.
Fans won’t have to wait long, as the PMPL SEA have commenced yesterday, February 15, with teams from Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and the SEA Wild Card (Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Singapore) beginning their regional Spring Season to compete for a spot in the new PMSL SEA League.