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PMRC 2023 SEA vs South Asia: Teams, format, and stream

The best of South Asia are set to compete against the SEA powerhouses. Who will reign supreme?

The PUBG Mobile Regional Clash (PMRC) is back in 2023 for a new edition of the inter-regional tournament. This time, the two powerhouses: Southeast Asia and South Asia, are set to lock horns for the title of champions and a share of the $20,000 prize pool.

The PMRC is a new tournament for PUBG Mobile which was introduced in 2022 with a clash between SEA and China. The tournament has a simple concept in which teams from two different regions face off for supremacy. In its roadmap for 2023, Tencent said that it will be bringing more PMRCs for fans to enjoy and develop regional rivalries.

Here’s everything you need to know about the PMRC 2023 SEA vs South Asia.

16 teams to lock horns in the PMRC 2023 SEA vs South Asia

The PMRC is set to feature the best of SEA and South Asia. From SEA, the top eight teams from the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) Spring 2023 have qualified. These are as follows:

  • Alter Ego Ares
  • Box Gaming
  • Yoodo Alliance
  • Vampire Esports
  • Boom Esports
  • Hail Esports
  • Geek Slate
  • Faze Clan

South Asia, on the other hand, features the top eight teams from the PMPL South Asia Spring Championship competing in the PMRC 2023. These are as follows:

  • Stalwart Esports
  • 4Merical Vibes
  • DRS Gaming
  • Trained to Kill
  • Mabetex Esports
  • Leo Esports
  • AGONxi8 Esports
  • NB Esports

While SEA has historically been a stronger region, some teams like Stalwart have been impressing on the international stage. Fans will be waiting to see how South Asia fares against the SEA powerhouses now.

Additionally, for teams like Stalwart, Alter Ego, and Box Gaming, the PMRC 2023 will be the last stop before they head over to Saudi Arabia to compete in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2023.

What is the format?

The tournament features a simple format. From June 29 to July 2, six matches will take place per day. Thus, the teams will compete across 24 matches to determine the champions.

The points distribution for the PMRC 2023 is as follows:

  • First place: 10 points
  • Second place: Six points
  • Third place: Five points
  • Fourth place: Four points
  • Fifth place: Three points
  • Sixth place: Two points
  • Seventh and eighth place: One point
  • Ninth to 16th place: Zero points
  • Per kill: One point

Where to watch the PMRC 2023 SEA vs South Asia?

The tournament is being played online but fans can catch all the action live on the official PUBG Mobile Esports South Asia channel.

The schedule for Day one is as follows (all times in Indochina Time (ICT):

  • Sanhok (Match one): 7 PM
  • Erangel (Match two): 7:45 PM
  • Erangel (Match three): 8:30 PM
  • Erangel (Match four): 9:15 PM
  • Miramar (Match five): 10 PM
  • Miramar (Match six): 10:45 PM

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