The PMCO 2020 registration ended on January 21 and the Online Qualifiers started on January 23. However, some teams enter the wrong information during the registration phase so they didn't get the in-game email to participate in the Online Qualifiers. As a result, these teams were disqualified.
Here is the second chance for those teams. PUBG Mobile is hosting another Online Qualifiers for them on February 2 and February 3. Those teams will get a notification in-game email to join the qualifiers.
There will be a total of 16 PUBG Mobile games over 2 days. Each team will have to play 8 games to be considered for the next stage. 8 teams with the most points after 2 days will move on to the next phase.
The first day will have 8 matches. All four classic maps of PUBG Mobile will be played, twice on each map. The first match will start at 4 PM on Erangel. Each match will last for about an hour. The schedule and format for the second day will be the same as the first day.
PUBG Mobile has a big plan for esports in 2020 with a new structure and the introduction of PUBG Mobile World League. The PMCO will no longer a premier league but a gateway to pick out the best PUBG Mobile team from different regions/countries around the world for the PUBG Mobile Pro League and World League.
Teams who achieved high placement in the PMCO Fall Split 2019 will be promoted directly to the PUBG Mobile Pro League without having to go through the PMCO. This means that Team SouL and Entity Gaming will skip the PMCO Spring Split 2020, but we will be still seeing them later in the Pro League.