PUBG Mobile Regional Clash (PMRC) China vs SEA: Teams, schedule, points system, prize pool, and where to watch 

PMRC begins on September 22 (Image via PUBG Mobile)
PMRC begins on September 22 (Image via PUBG Mobile)

The PUBG Mobile Regional Clash (PMRC) will be held from September 22 to 25, with Chinese and SEA teams competing in an official contest of $30K. The 4-day event is the first tournament of the PMRC Series. During the PMGC announcement a month ago, Tencent revealed that there will be more such events in 2023.

The tournament has three teams from China, three each from Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and MY/SG/PH, alongside one invite-squad. With only two remaining in the PMGC, it will also work as a practice event for some of the participating teams who have already qualified for that mega $4-million tournament.

PUBG Mobile Regional Clash China vs SEA teams

The top three squads from the PEL Summer China have been selected, while the top three teams from each of the four regional PMPL 2022 Fall seasons in SEA will compete in the event. Yangon Galacticos, the winner of the PUBG Mobile Myanmar Championship Fall, received a special invite to the contest.

PEL Summer China

  1. SMG
  2. Nova Esports
  3. LGD Gaming


  1. Genesis Dogma GIDS
  2. Alter Ego Limax
  3. Boom Esports


  1. The Infinity
  2. Faze Clan
  3. Bacon Time


  1. Geek Fam
  2. SEM 9
  3. 4Rivals

PMPL Fall Vietnam

  1. D'Xavier
  2. Eagle Esports
  3. BN United

PUBG Mobile Myanmar Championship Fall

  • Yangon Galacticos (Invited)

Where to watch PMRC

Fans will watch the nail-biting contest on the YouTube channel PUBG Mobile Esports. A total of five matches will be played each day.

Point system

In each match, the Chicken Dinner winning squad will get 10 points, while the second, third and fourth ranked-teams will be awarded 6, 5, and 4 points respectively. Teams from ninth to 16th place will not receive any points. Each elimination (kill) will offer only one point.

  • 1st Place - 10 points
  • 2nd Place - 6 points
  • 3rd Place - 5 points
  • 4th Place - 4 points
  • 5th Place - 3 points
  • 6th Place - 2 points
  • 7th Place - 1 point
  • 8th Place - 1 point
  • 9th to 16th place - 0 point

SMG and Alter Ego have also advanced to the PMGC 2022 Grand Finals, which will be in Indonesia. Nova Esports, who won the previous two editions of the Global Championship, will be among the top teams to watch out for in the PMRC.

The SEA teams also have a good chance to boost their momentum by performing well in the event as the PMPL SEA Championships Fall is scheduled to take place from September 28.

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Edited by Srijan Sen
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