The PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2020 is inches down the road and several teams are trying their best to prepare for the upcoming heart-pumping matches. As such, Mongolia-based professional team No Chance Esports has already gone public with a new Indian roster to compete in the PMCO Fall Split 2020. Even if you’re a newcomer to PMCO, as long as you love PUBG Mobile, let’s take a glance at their squad in India!

Pmco Fall Split 2020 Nochance
No Chance Esports squad for PMCO Fall Split 2020
  • Rudeep
  • Baniya 
  • Ace
  • Aragorn
  • Guardian

About No Chance Esports

Founded in late 2019, No Chance Esports has become well-known among the PUBG Mobile community since it won the PMCO Wildcard 2020. With 4 chicken dinners out of 12 matches in the final stage of this tournament, the team did show its outstanding performance, making itself qualified for the World League. Here’re all members in its currents roster for PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) 2020.

  • T-God (Coach and Head Manager)
  • Kos
  • Offdels
  • Heineken
  • Godless
  • Choconutx 

About PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) 

As projected, the PMCO Fall Split 2020 qualification stage will last for ten days, from July 17 to July 27. Registered teams will play online matches between 8 and 32 games. Their best 8 games with the top 2 games from each map will be used to calculate their standings.

Pmco Fall Split 2020 Schedule 2
Match date and time of the online qualification stage.

For those who have yet to keep up with the detailed schedule of PMCO Fall Split 2020, the tournament is divided into six different stages that will take place in a total of five months:

Stage 1 - Registration (June 24 to July 12)

Stage 2 - Qualification (July 17 to July 27)

Stage 3 - Regional Group Stage (August): Choose out the best 24 teams from 32 teams in Stage 2.

Pmco Fall Split 2020 Schedule
PMCO Fall Split 2020 comprises of six stages.

Stage 4 - Regional Semi-Finals (August): Choose out the best 16 teams from 24 teams in Stage 3.

Stage 5 - Regional Finals (September): Top 16 teams from Stage 4 will compete to go to the PMWL (PMCO India teams will go to the PMPL South Asia first).

Stage 6 - PMWL (TBD): Teams will be fighting to be qualified for the PUBG Mobile World Championship.

Pmco Fall Split 2020
Team GodLike already won the PMCO Spring 2020.

Prior to this, Team GodLike already won the PMCO Spring 2020. Best teams from the PMCO Fall Split will battle against table-toppers from PMCO South Asia, PMPL Spring, and PMCO Pakistan in the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL). After that, it’s time for the ultimate PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL)!