PUBG Mobile launches the PUBGM Partnership Program for the PMSL tournament in Southeast Asia
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It is shaping up to be quite the awesome year for competitive gamers on PUBG Mobile thanks to all the new introductions coming in 2023. First came the announcement of major changes coming to the battle royale esports scene, followed by the calendar of events for the new year.
To keep the esports spirits alive, Krafton has just launched the PUBG Mobile Partnership Program, a one of its kind system that will allow pro teams to get better in all aspects like competitiveness, popularity, and contribution to the PUBG ecosystem. It will make its debut in Southeast Asia in the PMSL SEA.
The PUBG Mobile Super League will put all pro teams in one cage for an epic battle. In the Southeast Asian league, all participating teams will automatically become part of the PUBGM Partnership Program. This will ensure more spice in the battles and a tonne of entertainment for the viewers.
Speaking about its system, James Yang, Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports, said: “We’re incredibly excited to kick off this new chapter in PUBG MOBILE Esports by launching the PUBG MOBILE Partnership Program. We have so many amazing teams across the world that have been a huge part of what makes PUBG MOBILE successful, and we now have the opportunity to work even closer with them. Through the Partnership Program and the respective PMSL, teams, players and fans will have a greatly improved experience as the opportunities pro teams can provide continue to grow.”
Through the program, partner teams will learn a lot and grow immensely in popularity, which will benefit both players and the competitive gameplay ecosystem. All this action is already live in the PUBGM Pro League, which will eventually feed into the PMSL SEA League.
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