PMSC 2019 First Episode Is Here, Features India’s Own Dynamo Gaming, Team SOUL Members And Others, Could This Be India’s Own “Road To Stardom”

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Will the PMSC 2019 actually turn out to be the road to stardom for India’s eSports players?

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
Will the PMSC 2019 actually turn out to be the road to stardom for India’s eSports players?

The very first episode of the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge 2019 (PMSC 2019) mini-series is here and predominantly features India’s own Dynamo Gaming, Kronten Gaming, members of Team SouL (aka SOUL), among others. This episode is termed “PMSC 2019: Road To Stardom”.  

The PMSC 2019 Road To Stardom episode of the PMSC 2019 mini-series can be checked out here. The major question at this point in time is, “Will the PMSC 2019 actually turn out to be the road to wider stardom for India’s eSports players?”

Now, arguably, the battle-royale PUBG has opened up major avenues for Indian eSports whilst offering global recognition to Indian eSports players/talents. This amidst multiple controversies surrounding the battle-royale game in the country.  

The first episode of the PMSC 2019 – Road to Stardom also highlights the healthy interaction between the multiple contingents of players spawning continents. The finals of the mini-series tournament takes places between 7 –8 September 2019 at Taipei.  

As far as the second episode is concerned, this streams live on 23 August.  

The above aspects account for healthy developments as they bring to light the lighter side of the Indian contingent and their competitive spirit. These are seemingly a continuation of the trend that was set-off at the recent PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 (PMCO 2019) which witnessed the emergence of India as a strong contender to global crowns at International events.  

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Also Read: PMSC 2019 Mini Series Provides A Perfect Opportunity For India To Win Coveted Trophy: Check Out Full List Of 16 Teams ​​​​​​​

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