The PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2019’s South Asia regional qualifiers has entered day 2. The biggest development here is the fact that the team Orange Rock from India walked away with the Chicken Dinner. This is a definite plus considering the fact that Indian eSports talent deserves to come to light at the best available global platform. The current PMCO Fall Split 2019 is a global platform and seemingly offers this opportunity at global glory for India.
Top 24 teams emerging from the PMCO Fall Split 2019 South Asia finals would advance to the semifinals in October. The global finals of the tournament would be held in December this year. The format of the tournament is a long one, but potentially worth if Indian players can manage to win that all-elusive championship crown (global). As far as the Day 2 of the South Asia qualifiers is concerned, the 25 September (day) 2 saw matches being played across Erangel, Sanhok, Miramar, and Erangel (again) maps.
In case you are a PUBG Mobile enthusiast or a player desirous of watching the livestream of the South Asia qualifiers, you could check out the livestream from here. There is also a Hindi broadcast exclusively for players from India. It is worth remembering that there are as many as 3 teams from India taking part in the event. Along with India in the South Asia pool, there are tams such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Maldives. There is also the popular team SOUL which is playing without IG Mortal (player) who has taken time off to focus on individual streaming. In related PUBG news, the PUBG Mobile India Tour just witnessed the emergence of 4 teams from Pune who have qualified for the semifinals in Kolkata. This event potentially boosts local Indian PUBG Mobile talent.