The PUBG Mobile World League Zero has ended with Bigetron RA as the champion of the East division and Futbolist as the winner of the West division. PUBG Mobile Esports is now stepping into the second season of 2020 with the PMCO Fall Split.

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The PMCO Fall Split 2020 is coming for all regions around the world

The registration process for the PMCO Fall Split has closed and teams are now preparing to compete. There is a total of 16 PMCOs around the world for 16 regions. Teams will have to go through 4 stages including a group stage, semifinals stage, and finally the finals in order to get into the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) and made it further into the PUBG Mobile World League.

Here is the complete schedule for all the PMCOs around the world.

  • PMCO South Asia: Aug. 12 to 30
  • PMCO India: Aug. 12 to 30
  • PMCO North America: Aug. 11 to 30
  • PMCO LATAM: Aug. 11 to 30
  • PMCO Brazil: Aug. 11 to 30
  • PMCO Iraq: Aug. 11 to 30
  • PMCO Wildcard: Aug. 25 to Sept. 13
  • PMCO Europe: Sept. 1 to 20
  • PMCO CIS: Sept. 1 to 20
  • PMCO Saudi Arabia: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11
  • PMCO Middle East: Sept. 1 to 20
  • PMCO SEA Wildcard: Sept. 12 to 20
  • PMCO Turkey: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11
  • PMCO Germany: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11
  • PMCO Egypt: Sept. 22 to Oct. 11
  • PMCO Pakistan: Aug. 25 to Sept. 13

PUBG Mobile also just unveiled their new points system for future PUBG Mobiel tournaments. In short, teams will get fewer points out of their placements form now on. The winner of a match only earns 15 points instead of 20 points for their Chicken Dinner. Meanwhile, each kills still worth one point.

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Kills are now more valuable than placements in PUBG Mobile esports

Here are all the details about the new points system in PUBG Mobile Esports:

  • First place: 15 points
  • Second place: 12 points
  • Third place: 10 points
  • Fourth place: 8points
  • Fifth place: 6 points
  • Sixth place: 4 points
  • Seventh place: 2 points
  • Eighth to 12th place: 1 point
  • 13th to 16th place: zero points

With these changes, it is obvious that kills are much more important in PUBG Mobile tournament now than placements. This will encourage teams to have more aggressive gameplay instead of trying to play safe. The pace of matches in tournaments can potentially become shorter with teams trying to fight each other. Many teams with aggressive playstyle such as TSM-Entity, Orange Rock, or Bigetron RA will also gain a lot of this.

Also check out: PMWL 2020 East Finals Results: Bigetron RA Won The PMWL East Finals, Orange Rock Runner-Up