PMPL 2023 Spring Malaysia: Teams, Schedule, Format, Prize Pool and More

PMPL 2023 Spring Malaysia
13/02/2023/ PMPL 2023 Spring Malaysia / Credits – PUBG Mobile

For the 2023 PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) spring Malaysia, which is set for February 15–26 and with a $80K prize pool, the top 20 teams from Malaysia are preparing. It will be held separately for the nation for the first time, with teams from Singapore and the Philippines competing in the SEA Wildcard.

To win spots in the forthcoming SEA, which will be held in March, the teams will compete against one another over the course of ten matchdays. The first week of the event will last for five days, from February 15 to 19, while the second week will take place from February 22 to 26. The event is limited to one stage, hence 50 matches will be played in total to decide the winner.

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PMPL 2023 Spring Malaysia Participating Teams

The tournament will include a match between the top four teams from PMNC Malaysia and sixteen teams from the PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall 2022.

  1. Geek Slate
  2. SEM9
  3. MPX Esport
  4. Yoodo Alliance
  5. Don’t Break Dreams
  6. NSEA
  7. Team Haq
  8. HomeBois
  9. Genexus
  10. MAB Esports
  11. RSG MY
  12. CRIT VIP
  13. Terengganu FC Esports
  14. Dingoz Esports
  15. Team Secret
  16. Bepak Esports

Squad From PMNC

  2. MAQNA Gringos
  3. Team AE
  4. Trio Distro

The PMPL MY/SG/PH Fall champion Geek Fam teamed up with Slate Esports to become Geek Slate. uHigh, who was a member of the group during the autumn season, is back in Bigetron and will take part in the Pro League Indonesia.

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In the prior autumn season, SEM9 and Yoodo also performed in an exhibition, and they will work to improve upon that performance. Popular team 4Rivals dissolved its lineup, and MPX Esport has since taken over their PMPL spot.

As it placed 15th in both the Spring and Fall seasons of 2022, Team Secret failed to live up to expectations and provided subpar performances. Following these underwhelming outcomes, the team made some roster adjustments by bringing in Jumper, Aboyy, and Minz, all of whom are seasoned players.

The PMNC’s top performance, RAW3N, will now face up against more seasoned opposition in the PMPL. One of the underdogs to watch out for in the competition will be MAQNA Gringos, formerly The Gringos Esports.

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The best teams from all regional PUBG Mobile spring competitions will compete in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational Riyadh this year in July, according to a separate confirmation from Tencent. Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam will also begin their spring seasons on the same day as Malaysia and in a similar manner.

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