Tencent drops all PUBG Mobile Indian team from PMPC South Asia Season 2

Basically, the pro users of the PUBG mobile who had made gaming as their career, for those PUBG bans is life-changing news. In recent years, Tencent has been conducting different PUBG Mobile tournaments and stacked up future tournaments also.

The next major event within which Indian teams were to demonstrate their abilities was the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Fall Split 2020 South Asia. giant news struck, however, when all the Indian sides were denied inclusion during this tournament

The same was confirmed in a very recent meeting, consistent with sources, by James Yang, Tencent’s Director of worldwide Esports for PUBG Mobile.


Interestingly, rosters from other regions are invited to substantiate their participation for the PMPL 2020, which ultimately implies that all the preparations for the tournament are going well, except the actual fact that Indian teams won’t be allowed to participate.

TEAMS FROM OTHER REGION ARE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN PMPL 2020 Various teams like TSM Entity, Xspark, Nova Godlike, and GXR Celtz were progressing to play from nearby regions round the country. Some organisations were also aiming to let teams play from their original country, but that too doesn’t seem possible now. However, no official announcement has been made yet.

Although, some days after the ban, PUBG Corporation put out an announcement out of concern for the country’s broad player base, now not authorising the PUBG Mobile franchise to Tencent Games. It added that PUBG Corp would take up all the publishing responsibilities for the sport within the country.

REPUTATED Indian teams Not allowed to participate in PMPL 2020 Although, it is previously, considered that the PMCO india Fall split has mainly five teams, which have successfully qualified for PMPL 2020. Along with them, the top 12 professional teams from the PMPL Spring Split 2020 received direct invitations to play during this tournament.

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