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24 PUBG Mobile teams from Malaysia and Singapore will battle for US Dollar 150000
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That's a big cash prize! Tencent just announced that 24 PUBG Mobile teams from Malaysia and Singapore are going to compete for a US$150,000 (S$210,000) prize pool. This will be part of the company's first PUBG Mobile Professional League MY/SG 2020 tournament, which acts as a follow-up to the PUBG Mobile Club Open Series. These 24 teams are:

DIRECT INVITED PRO TEAMS Team Secret Malaysia FV Unbeatable Bapak Ah Esports Traitor Esports Yoodo GANK Bigetron AROV EVOS VIP Geek Fam TOP 12 TEAMS FROM MALAYSIA OPEN QUALIFIER TARA PROYECTO X Axis MPX Last Survivor R2K Team No Recoil Team Bosskurr TONE WOW ESPORT Dingoz MZ XPERT MY MISSROSE ESPORT SYNDICATE ESG Gaming Resurgence NED BROTHERHOOD TOP 4 TEAMS FROM THE SINGAPORE OPEN QUALIFIER Impunity Kage Steel Heart Esports DivinityEsport Team H20 The Top 3 teams that emerge from this event will also represent their regions at the SEA Regional Pro League Finals. After that, they'll stand a chance to head over to the fight of their lives - the PUBG Mobile World League 2020. The event will run from March 3 to March 22, 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, and streamed on PUBG Mobile's official Facebook page. Which team are you rooting for?

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