There’s no shortage of young Malaysian talent representing our country with pride at overseas championships.
In addition to wonderful divers, speedcubers, and Scrabble champs, we now have our own Malaysian representatives to compete against other Southeast Asian countries on their way to being PUBG Mobile esports champions.
PUBG is a popular online multiplayer shooting game that has dominated the top spot for mobile games in Malaysia’s app stores.
The PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split semi-finals will be held in Bangkok this coming September.
16 qualifying teams from all over Malaysia played the qualifier rounds earlier this weekend at the Quill City Mall.
4 teams have made it to the PMCO semi-finals: Victorious In Play, AROV Esports, Junior Talent, and Team Secret.
From there, our Malaysian teams will have to compete with other teams from Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, and Vietnam to qualify for the finals.
We wish them all the best and make Malaysia proud in Bangkok!
If this inspires you to kickstart your esports career, Caprice is paying good money for your PUBG Mobile skills!
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