PMSL 2024 Central and South Asia Week 2: Dates, groups, schedule, and week 1 overview 

DRS Gaming leads overall standings of PMSL after Week 1 (Image via PUBG Mobile)
DRS Gaming leads overall standings of PMSL after Week 1 (Image via PUBG Mobile)

The second week of the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) 2024 CSA Spring will be conducted from May 29 to June 2, 2024. All 20 participants have been seeded into five groups based on their ranking in the first week. Each group will feature 24 matches this week. The event is being played in Kathmandu, Nepal, and boasts a massive prize pool of $200,000.

The ongoing League Stage of the PMSL is scheduled to be held across three weeks. It will conclude on June 9 with the nine best teams moving to the Grand Finals. The top five organizations will then seal their spots in the PUBG Mobile Esports World Cup 2024 Riyadh.

PMSL CSA Spring Week 2 groups

Here are the five groups housing four teams each for the second week:

Group A

  1. DRS Gaming
  2. 52 Esports
  3. Team Leakers
  4. KS AXE

Group B

  1. Falcons Force
  3. Everest Gaming
  4. Major Pride

Group C

  1. 4Merical Vibes
  2. Horaa Esports
  3. De Muerte
  4. HardBass Team

Group D

  1. RUKH Esports
  2. Stronger Esports
  3. A1 TMT Esports
  4. WAOW Esports

Group E

  1. IHC Esports
  2. MadBulls
  3. Asgi8 Esports
  4. Stalwart Esports

The second week of the Super League will be hosted across five days. Each day, six matches will be conducted across three maps: Erangel, Sanhok, and Miramar. Fans can watch the PMSL live on the official YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile Esports at 4:30 pm in multiple languages, including English and Urdu.

Week 1 highlights

Nepal’s DRS Gaming emerged as the best-performing team in the first week. Falcons Force, which acquired the ex-Stalwart roster, finished second. Both teams notched up three Chicken Dinners each. Meanwhile, 4Merical Vibes stood third and grabbed four Chicken Dinners, the most by any team in Week 1.

IHC Esports, the reigning world champions, ranked fifth in the table. The Mongolian lineup was first after Day 3 but had a string of poor matches in the last two days. MadBulls and Horaa Esports finished sixth and eighth respectively. Further down, 52Esports from Pakistan settled for 10th spot, followed by Team Leakers.

De Muerte had an average showing, culminating in a 13th-placed finish in the overall standings. Stalwart Esports, who signed its new lineup recently, had a disappointing start to the PMSL, languishing in 16th.

Major Pride, a popular organization, also failed to deliver in the first week and came 19th. HS AKE was rooted to the bottom of the table.

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