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PUBG Mobile Super League kicks off in EMEA and CSA this month

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The PUBG Mobile Super League begins this week in several regions and runs until June. 

The PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) is officially kicking off this week on May 15 in several regions and will run until June 16 with a regional expansion after last year’s iteration of the event. Qualifiers for the tournament ended last month, but its Spring and Summer events began with the PUBG Mobile Super League - Southeast Asia Spring 2024 in February. Boom Esports won the event, while Alter Ego Ares became the runner-up. 

The league will now begin in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) on May 15 and run until June 9. In Central and South Asia (CSA), the league will run from May 22 to June 16. 


PUBG Mobile Super League competition starts heating up

The PUBG Mobile Super League was first announced back in February 2023, with an aim to replace the PMPL SEA Championship in Southeast Asia exclusively. This first iteration of the tournament saw 15 teams across the SEA region battle it out in two seasons of competition, with a $250,000 prize pool up for grabs per season. During the 2023 PMGC Grand Finals, it was announced that the PMSL was expanding to include more regions. 

This year, the PMSL is fully replacing the PUBG Mobile Pro League, with the following regions now included in the competition:

  • Central and South Asia (CSA) 
  • Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)
  • Americas

PMSL will also run in Southeast Asia for a total of three seasons, instead of two. The PMSL will also feature the Infinix GT 20 Pro as its official gaming phone this year. The phone is touted as the “first professional gaming phone capable of achieving PUBG's native frame rate of 120Hz,” according to a news release, following a recent PUBG Mobile update in May. The phone will also be featured in various Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Honor of Kings tournaments this year.

The next PMSL event to watch out for is the Southeast Asia Summer 2024 competition, which runs from May 8 to June 2. 

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