PMPL 2023 Pakistan: Teams, Schedule, Format and More

PMPL 2023 Pakistan
09/03/2023/ PMPL 2023 Pakistan / Credits – Krafton

Beginning on March 21, 2023, the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) 2023 Spring Pakistan will include 20 teams competing over the course of three weeks. The South Asia Championship Spring, which starts on April 27, will provide the top teams a chance to demonstrate their prowess.

The League Stage will take place over 10 matchdays, from March 21 to April 2, with the Grand Finals, which are set for April 7–April 9, advancing the top 16 teams. The event’s victor will also represent Pakistan in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) Riyadh, where the best teams from the major geographical areas will compete for a substantial prize fund. The PMPL’s prize fund and schedule have not yet been disclosed.

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PMPL 2023 Pakistan Teams

Below are the top eight teams from PMNC 2022 and the top 12 teams from the previous edition that will play in the Pro League’s League Stage.

  1. AgonXi8
  2. Free Style
  3. HellRaisers
  4. Magnus Esports
  5. North Esports
  6. Quantum Rage
  8. Seventh Element
  9. Team H2E
  10. Team Negatives
  11. Team QWERTY
  12. Team Star
  13. Team Bablu
  14. Team TUF
  15. The Grounders
  16. The Faulty Devils
  17. XGeneration
  18. 141 Officials
  19. 3X Esports
  20. 52 Esports

The PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube and Facebook feeds will stream all PMPL Pakistan matches in both English and Urdu. In the league stage, there will be a total of five matchdays every week.

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The previous edition’s top-performing side was AgonXi8. They dominated the game, winning the Grand Finals with a 48-point advantage over the runner-up squad. After that, the fan-favorite team competed in the PMPL South Asia Championship, finishing in fourth place. The Pakistani team took part in the PMGC 2022 as well, and while they initially resisted, they were unable to perform well enough to advance to the Grand Finals.

Although Team QWERTY finished second in the previous iteration, their performance in the South Asia Championship 2022 Autumn was below par. To improve their performance for the forthcoming edition, the club added CHIEF and POP to the lineup last month.

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The other Pakistani teams who competed in the SA Championship Fall were Quantum Rage, Team TUF, Magnus Esports, and R3GICIDE, however they did not fare well.

After winning the PUBG Mobile National Championship Pakistan 2022, the underdog team XGeneration is getting ready to compete in the Pro League against more seasoned opponents. Recently, Magnus Esports purchased the squad of 7E X QR Rage, which finished second in the PMNC in 2017.

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