PMPL South Asia Season 2: Revised Strucuture, Format, and Pools

PMPL South Asia Season 2

The wait for PMPL South Asia Season 2 is finally over now! The PUBG Mobile Pro League PMPL South Asia Season 2 is going to inaugurate on October 15. However, in PMPL South Asia Region Season 2, there is a decline in the number of slots from 24 to 20. This is because of the PUBG Mobile Ban by the government of India which resulted in a decline in viewership numbers by a large amount.

PMPL South Asia Season 2: Format of the Tournament

PMPL South Asia Season 2: Schedule and Structure

The PMPL South Asia Season 2 format is simple as expected. Similar to the format of last year, PMPL South Asia Season 2 has the following format:

  • Division of 20 teams into five groups with four teams in each pool
  • There will be in total 60 matches with each team playing four matches
  • Matches will be held on every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
  • Out of 20 teams, only 16 teams will qualify for the Finals

Read: PUBG Mobile Relaunch Date in India: Confirmed or Not?

PMPL South Asia Season 2: Structure

Matches in PMPL South Asia Season 2 will be played in round-robin format but first of all, teams have to compete in inter-group wise order to qualify for the Finals.

  • 3 teams with the highest number of points from their respective groups will enter the finals, so, via this, we get a total of 15 teams for the Finals.
  • The 16th team will be selected by contesting the remaining team from each group against one another.

PMPL South Asia Season 2: Pools

The table pools for PMPL South Asia Season 2 is explained below:


  1. Assiduous Esports
  2. Inertia Esports
  3. Team T2K SG
  4. Scytes Esports


  1. PN Crew
  2. Abrupt Slayers
  3. 7 Sea Esports
  4. R3D Esports


  1. Venom Legends
  2. Elementrix
  3. Futurestation Esports
  4. 247 Gaming


  1. A1 Esports
  2. Pain x ELMT
  3. VTN x Jyanmara
  4. Staltwart Esports


  1. CZ x High Voltage
  2. DRS Gaming
  3. Dead Eyes Guys
  4. Team Bablu

Missed News on PUBG Ban in India? Click here

Though there is a ban on PUBG in India still some Indian organizations have signed their players from other South Asian regions so that they can participate in the PMPL South Asia Season 2.

So, this is all the information we needed to update you with. We hope you get a clear understanding of everything in this article. For more such information keep visiting MoroEsports.

Maninder Beniwal
Maninder, a guest writer on MoroEsports, is contributing to Mobile Esports and sharpening her skills in writing.
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