Singtel launches PVP Esports Regional Championships Season 3 (2021)

Registration for Singapore opens from 30 April – 30 June

PVP Esports Regional Championship Season 3 (2021) is now open for registration! Registration for the Campus category for tertiary students and Open category will be open from 30 April – 30 June. This year, we are featuring two mobile games—Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and all-time fan favourite, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile).

The Singapore qualifiers will take place from 3 July – 28 August 2021. The top ranking teams from MLBB and PUBG Mobile will go on to battle it out at the Singapore Finals from 3-26 September and will stand to win cash and prizes worth over S$20,000.

Singapore winners to automatically qualify for Regional Finals

The top teams for MLBB and PUBG Mobile from the Singapore Finals will also go on to compete against the best of the best in Southeast Asia at the PVP Esports Regional Championships Season 3 Regional Finals in December, organised by PVP Esports together with Singtel’s regional associates AIS, Globe and Telkomsel.

MLBB winners to automatically qualify for MPL Singapore Season 2

The top two finalists of the MLBB Open category will gain direct qualification for the Regular Season of Season 2 of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League in Singapore (MPL Singapore), joining a group of invited teams who will compete for the MPL Singapore Season 2 Champion title. More information on MPL Singapore Season 2 will be available in due course.

To find out more and register for the PVP Esports Regional Championships Season 3, please visit Don’t miss the viewing action too, as qualifiers will be streamed live on PVP Esports’ website and streaming platforms (FacebookTwitch & Youtube).

About PVP Esports

Powered by Singtel, PVP Esports is ASEAN’s first multi-game, multi-country esports platform. Guided by its core values of passion, sportsmanship and healthy gaming, PVP Esports seeks to grow the regional esports ecosystem through its initiatives and tournaments.

Debuting in 2018 with a professional championship, PVP Esports has since extended its outreach to cover the amateur leagues and support for the esports community across the region, with the introduction of the PVP Corporate and Campus Leagues as well as the PVP Esports Community Championships. The inaugural SuperGamerFest 2020 cast the net even wider beyond competitive esports action to honour gaming content creators and esports talents from Southeast Asia.

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