PUBG Mobile Pro League Brazil starts today with a prize pool of BRL 750,000.
The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) season is starting, with emphasis on PMPL Brasil, which starts today and runs until April 25, and has 20 Brazilian teams competing for a total prize pool of R$750,000 and a spot in the worldwide.
Among the PMPL Brasil teams are Alpha 7 Esports, B4 Esports, Santos, INTZ, Black Dragons, Team Solid, Flamengo, debuting in the competition, among others.
The matches can be watched from today at 4 pm (Brasília time) on the official YouTube channels (1, 2), Facebook, Twitch and NimoTV.
More information below.
PUBG MOBILE recently concluded their regional PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) championships and with that, the winning teams now move on to the professional PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL). This year, seven new leagues will join the PMPL, including Turkey, Western Europe, North America and Arabia. The Brazilian PMPL league starts on March 30th and runs until April 25th. This year, the league is sponsored by OnePlus, one of the world’s leading brands in technology and renowned for its high-performance Android devices. OnePlus is the official partner of PMPL, with its latest release, the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G which features the Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 888 mobile platform and the fastest and smoothest operating system, OxygenOS.
PMCO was the first phase of PUBG MOBILE’s eSports program in 2021, which featured a total prize pool of over $14 million. More than 58,000 teams from 180 countries and regions around the world signed up to compete in the first PMCO split. Of these, 100 teams earned a spot in the PMPL and have a chance to move on to the global PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC), which in 2020 was the most watched mobile eSports event in history.
Premiere of PMPL Brazil
In Brazil, PUBG MOBILE Pro League Brasil (PMPL BR) is the elite division of esports in PUBG MOBILE and starts on March 30th with 20 Brazilian teams competing to qualify in the PMGC.
The tournament, which has a total prize pool of more than BRL 750,000, takes place over 4 weeks, with three qualifiers and the grand final taking place in the last week, with a presentation by Toboco, analysis by Khaya, narration by Vespa and Petar. In addition to the official broadcast, battle royale fans can also have fun through watch parties commanded by Netenho directly from his channel.
Among the teams already confirmed for PMPL Brasil are Alpha 7 Esports, B4 Esports, Santos, INTZ, Black Dragons, Team Solid, Flamengo, debuting in the competition, among others as per the complete list below:
Ace1 – Qualifiers based on the latest PMPL Americas
Alpha7 Esports – Qualifiers based on the latest PMPL Americas
B4 Esports – Qualifiers based on the latest PMPL Americas
Black Dragons – Guest team
Brazilian Effect – Qualifiers based on last PMPL Americas in lieu of Brazilian Rampage
Enxame Gaming – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Flamengo Esports – Guest team
GZM Esports – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Honored Souls – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Influence Rage – Qualifiers based on the latest PMPL Americas
INTZ – Guest team
Metralha Brothers – Qualified at PMCO 2021
Red Canids – Guest team
Rise Esports – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Santos – Guest team
SS Esports – Guest team
Storm Gaming – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Team Solid – PMCO 2021 Qualifiers
Vivo Keyd – Guest team
Zebra Master – Qualifiers based on latest PMPL Americas in lieu of Loops
In 2021, PUBG MOBILE will launch the Competitive Ban System to ensure a fair gameplay experience in all tournaments. This new global system detects players who undermine the integrity of competitions and distributes punishments accordingly, including permanent bans for players found using cheat programs in tournaments. The global public ban list, which can be viewed here, provides the fairest possible environment for players competing in PUBG MOBILE events around the world.
The PUBG MOBILE competitive circuit started in 2018 with small worldwide events, and in 2020 we see the transformation from the amateur circuit to the professional circuit with the introduction of the PMPL and a massive expansion of the PMCO to 27 regions. The 2021 program now supports competitors of all levels, from beginners to semi-pros, as well as professionals across more regions than ever before.