PUBG Mobile pro team Zeus Esports invited for PMPL South Asia region

PUBG Mobile pro team Zeus Esports invited for PMPL South Asia region: A new season for PUBG Mobile Esports has begun. PUBG Mobile Tournament is already underway to qualify teams and players for the most awaited Club Open 2021, which is expected to be a blast this season.

The new PUBG Mobile Esports commenced on 1 February 2021, with the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2021: Spring Split. The tournament will be a month long and we will get to see the top teams from every region move to PUBG Mobile Pro League. While the majority of the teams will need to qualify on the  basis of their performance in the designated matches in the stipulated time frame, there are a few popular teams that have been qualified based on their past performance.

Mongolian team Zeus Esports, who was the second runner up of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 is one of the first invited team for the PUBG Mobile Pro League: South Asia 2021 spring split (PMPL South Asia Se ason 3).

Zeus Esports was previously a part of the wildcard region of the PMCO and has now been a part of the South Asian pro league. Pro players like Godless, Zyol, Abely, Icy, Ronin, and Undakk are the part of the team who performed impeccably well at the PMGC Season 0 Finals. They won the PMCO Wildcard regular tournament and qualified for the Global Championship. At PMGC, they were the third runner up and won a huge prize of $100,000.

Besides the Zeus Esports, there are other top eight teams from the PMPL: South Asia Fall split 2020 League Stage (PMPL South Asia Season 2) that will be competing at the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia.

The invited teams from PUBG Mobile Pro League are for the South Asia League are:

  • Deadeyes Guys (Nepal)
  • Trained to Kill (Nepal)
  • A1 Esports (Bangladesh)
  • DRS Gaming (Nepal)
  • 7 Sea Esports (Nepal & Bangladesh)
  • Venom Legends (Bangladesh)
  • Abrupt Slayers (Nepal)
  • Futurestation Esports (Bangladesh)

PUBG mobile is banned in India, so Indian teams can not take part in the South Asia League. Earlier, many teams from India also went for the PUBG Mobile tournaments where they performed spectacularly. But this year we will not be able to see our favourite teams like Team Soul, Finatic, Godlike, TSM entity, etc.

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