Empowered by leading smartphone brand Vivo, Southeast Asia’s best PUBG MOBILE teams, including RRQ Athena from Thailand (the global champion of PUBG MOBILE Star Challenge 2018) began their battle in the PUBG MOBILE Club Open SEA League 2019 (PMCO 2019 SEA League) starting May 8, 2019. Vivo’s official smartphone will be the secret weapon for gamers as they battle their way for not only the coveted Chicken Dinner, but also part of a $2.5 million USD prize pool in the inaugural PMCO 2019 SEA League.
This global partnership reinforces Vivo’s commitment to bring the ultimate gaming experience to fans but also realize the ambition to redefine creativity and shape the future of the eSports industry. From PMCO 2019 SEA League’s individual matches, Vivo has been at the forefront of elevating the growth of esports in the region through providing highly competitive gaming products.
“This partnership with PUBG MOBILE is a landmark achievement for us given that it is the leading mobile game developed by Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation which has over 200 million fans per download excluding China, Korea, and Japan.” said Mike Xu, CEO for Vivo Malaysia at the opening ceremony. “We are excited to kick start the PMCO 2019 SEA League today and empower the best gamers in the region in their conquest for glory. Many Vivo fans are gamers too, so being able to empower them through such meaningful partnership is very exciting for us.”
The V15Pro with 8GB RAM is the official smartphone for the PMCO 2019 SEA League and this will ensure the ultimate gaming performance. Its Multi-Turbo Engine delivers optimum performance during even the most intense mobile game play. It combines several turbos namely Center Turbo, Net Turbo, Cooling Turbo, AI Turbo and Game Turbo to ensure a smooth-running user experience. Topping it off, V15Pro’s Ultra FullView™ Display provides gamers with an uninterrupted, immersive view while defeating their enemies.
Here are a few familiar faces among the teams who qualified to the PMCO 2019 SEA League. The Malaysian teams has gained a lot of support and we shall see how they perform.
The PMCO 2019 SEA League consists of 5 match days with a duration of 5 weeks. There will be 20 teams from the National Finals plus 4 wildcard teams divided into 3 groups through a draw event (8 teams per group). In the PMCO 2019 SEA League phase, the 4 highest ranking teams from the different regions will qualify for the PMCO 2019 SEA League Grand Finals. Excluding 4 regional Number 1 teams, the top 12 teams in the PMCO 2019 SEA League will advance to the PMCO 2019 SEA League Grand Finals.
The PMCO 2019 will culminate this July, as the top 16 teams will compete in the Spring Split Global Finals in Berlin, Germany. Another Fall Split is planned for later this year.
The PMCO 2019 Spring Split began in March, with more than 30,000 teams from around the world participating in official in-game qualifiers for a chance to earn a spot in the Spring Split Group Stage in their respective region.
More information about PMCO 2019 can be found here.