PMCO Fall Split 2019: Schedule and casters announced for South Asia Playins
Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile is currently hosting PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split 2019, and the regional Playins for the South Asian region are all set to take place at the KD Jadhav Indoor Hall in Delhi, India. The Playins will see 24 top squads from the region fight it out at the battlegrounds on the 6th and 7th of November.
The top 16 teams from the playins will get to compete in the regional finals.
Who are the Hindi and English casters for PMCO Fall Split 2019 South Asia Playins?
PUBG Mobile Esports has now officially announced the Hindi and English casting desk for the event. Ocean Sharma, Ketan Patel and Animesh "Thug" Agarwal, who were seen casting a host of matches for PMIT 2019, will be casting the South Asia Playins in Hindi along with Mannu "kRaT" Karki and Varun Super Jonny John. Ranjit "MambaSR" Patel will be the host.
The English talent announcement desk will comprise of Franco "Ilustrado" Bernardino, Mustache Dave, John Allen, Zander "Blank" Padwick, Cormac "ImPERium" Wyatt and Alex Byfield, and will be hosted by Jason Kaplan.
What is the match schedule for PMCO Fall Split 2019 South Asia Playins?
The following is the match schedule for Playins Days 1 and 2, according to PUBG Mobile Esports' official YouTube:
Schedule for the Playins Day 1:
- 2:30 PM Group A and Group B: Erangel
- 3:30 PM Group A and Group B: Vikendi
- 4:45 PM Group A and Group C: Miramar
- 5:45 PM Group A and Group C: Sanhok
- 7:00 PM Group B and Group C: Miramar
- 8:00 PM Group B and Group C: Vikendi
Schedule for Playins Day 2:
- 2:30 PM Group A and Group B: Miramar
- 3:30 PM Group A and Group B: Sanhok
- 4:45 PM Group A and Group C: Vikendi
- 5:45 PM Group A and Group C: Erangel
- 7:00 PM Group B and Group C: Sanhok
- 8:00 PM Group B and Group C: Erangel
Where to watch PMCO Fall Split 2019 South Asia Playins?
Fans in Delhi can root for their favorite squads live at KD Jadhav Indoor Hall, the entry for which is free. Fans who can't make it to the venue can watch the live-stream of all the tournaments at PUBG Mobile Esports' official YouTube channel; the links for the same are given below: