This is the full schedule for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall, where and when you can catch all the top teams.
The 2022 PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall split has just had its full schedule unveiled by organizers. All of the events due to run over the fall now have firm dates. There’s a staggering $5.3 million at stake. This is how the new schedule breaks down. Which teams have qualified, for which PUBG Mobile regions. And what’s coming next for PUBG fans across the regional tournaments this fall.
The PUBG Mobile League has had a reorganization this year. it’s now divided into regional Leagues. Although, there’s still a huge prize pool to make sure there are high stakes for every round. The PUBG Mobile Pro League, or PMPL, is the top tier of competition, the next round is going to be the Fall Split. This is divided into regional Championships, with the top teams from each smaller region coming together. The Fall 2022 split is going to have a different system this time around. This is the schedule and how it all works for the game.
PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split
The PUBG Mobile Pro League regional leagues are now well-underway for fall. These are regular regional matches that narrow thing down to find the top teams to make it through to the Championships.
Each of the five regions getting a championship is divided up into a few Leagues. Teams compete there before moving through to the final event. That tournament is much harder for teams. Although, it also has a bigger prize. Alongside the general pool, there’s qualification for the Global Championship at stake here too.
The full schedule for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split has now been announced. If you’re looking to catch all of the games at the highest tier of play, this is how it breaks down:
PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Schedule
Middle East & Africa
- Arabia League Finals – July 21-23rd)
- Africa League – August 30 – September 25, Finals September 30 – October 2
Those are the regional competitions from this stage of the league. The top teams who compete at this event will move through to the PMPL MEA Championship. That’s due to take place over October 13-16.
The top 6 teams at regional competitions will move forward to the full PMPL Middle East and Africa Championship. We already have the details on some of the teams that will be competing. These are the participants so far:
- Falcons Esports
- R8 Esports
- Geekay Esports
- Nigma Galaxy
- POWR Esports
- Conqueror Iraq
- Ooredoo Thunders
- For Kurdistan
- NASR Esports
- Twisted minds
Joining these players will be six teams from the Africa League finals of the PMPL. They’ll be competing from October 13-16.
SEA PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split
- Vietnam League – August 26-28
- MY, SG, PH League – August 26-28
- Thailand League – August 26-28
- Indonesia League – August 26-28
The regional leagues might be mostly finished up, but the final competition for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split is still to be decided for this region. Since this is a bigger region, it gets a bit more complicated for the Championship though.
Teams first competed in a Play-In, to narrow down the competition. Those still here are definitely the best in this entire region. The finals themselves are going to be held on October 21-23. These are the teams that will be facing each other then:
- Vampire Esports
- TEM Entertainment
- Don’t Break Dreams
- Genesis Dogma GIDS
- Alter Ego LIMAX
- BOOM Esports
- NFT Esports
- The Infinity
- FaZe Clan
- Bacon Time
- Buriram United Esports
- Geek Fam
- Yoodo Alliance
- Eagle Esports
- BN United
- Box Gaming
- LATAM League – August 26 – October 2, Finals October 7-9
- Brazil League – August 26 – October 2, Finals October 7-9
- North America League – August 26 – October 9, Finals October 15
The American side of the PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split still has a decent amount to play for. Each regional league is still being played. We don’t find out which teams have beaten out the competition in this region until October. Once it’s decided though, there’s only a short break before the PMPL Americas Championship finds the best squad in that part of the world. That’s being held over 20-23.
EU PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split Schedule
- Turkey League – August 26 – October 2, Finals October 7-9
- Western Europe League – August 26 – October 2, Finals October 7-9
The EU portion of the competition is a bit more contained. With it taking up large regions like Turkey and Western Europe though, there’s still a decent number of teams here. Once the regional leagues have concluded, there’s only a short break before the Championship. This region’s Championship is due to happen on October 20-23.
South Asia PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split
- Pakistan League – August 30 – September 25, Finals September 30 – October 2
- South Asia – August 30 – September 25, Finals September 30 – October 2
Southeast Asia is one of the first Championships that’s taking place. This one is happening from October 13-16. This gives some players a pretty short break. The top teams from South Asia won’t be decided until October 2, making this Championship a real gauntlet for some of the players.
The PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall Split is bringing the top regional teams into these Championships. Across all those Leagues, there’s plenty of top-tier action for fans to watch. Where’s it all going though? Teams are earning points towards the PUBG Mobile Global Championship. That's still the biggest event in PUBG Mobile, even with a slightly different layout this year.
The Global Championship is going to be starting up in November, just after the last Championships in this stage are held. That all builds towards the eventual international LAN final. That’s being held in Indonesia in January 2023. From the launch of the Fall Split, it doesn’t let up. There’s only a short run between stages.
We’ve only just gotten through the last Mobile World Invitational. This event set the stage for these tournaments, with Vampire Esports walking away with both trophies. The team from Thailand is heading into this competition with a lot of eyes on them to follow up and take the regional win too. Fans will have to watch and see how the tournament goes.