Format, Teams, Prize Pool and more

We are already nearly a week into June, and that also means that the PUBG Mobile Pro League or the PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023 is almost here, with just a day left for it to kick off. Organized by Tencent, the tournament will feature the usual round-robin format of the competition, where we will ultimately get the champions from Indonesia in the Fall edition of PMPL.

PUBG Mobile PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023: Format

The 2023 Fall version of Indonesia’s highest level of domestic PUBG Mobile competition, the PMPL will follow the format discussed in the next lines, that is, regular play on weekdays till the weekend, and then crowning of the winner. This offers a fair chance to all the teams to get a shot to excel in the final ranking based on merit.

PUBG Mobile PMPL Europe Spring 2023
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The participating teams will play against each other in a round-robin format on the weekdays where there will be 6 matches per day, and a total of 30 matches per week, with Monday and Tuesday assigned as rest days. After 2 weeks of competition against each other, only the best of the lot will reign supreme and earn the honour of being the country’s champions.

PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023: Participating teams

The 16 teams that have been confirmed as participants of the PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023 are identical to the top 16 of the PMPL Indonesia Spring 2023 and are as follows:

  • Bigetron Red Villains
  • 21NFT Esports
  • BOOM Esports
  • ARF Team
  • Persija EVOS
  • Rex Regum Qeon/RRQ
  • AURA Esports
  • GLU Squad
  • Alter Ego Ares
  • Pigmy Team
  • Kagendra
  • Morph GPX
  • Dewa United
  • Team Dominatus
  • HFX Esports

Prize pool

The tournament will have a total prizepool of $80,000 that will be divided amongst the teams in order of their performance. There will be monetary prizes for certain individual and team accolades as well. Winners will receive $20,000, while runners-up and second runners-up will receive $14,000 and $7000 respectively.


The PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023 will be very crucial for those teams aspiring to earn a spot in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship or the PMGC, the biggest stage of PUBG Mobile esports, which is basically just every team. The points earned in this PMPL will count towards their PMGC qualification and will thus offer an extra incentive for the players to perform better.

Are you going to watch the PMPL Indonesia Fall 2023? Which team are you going to support? Let us know in the comments below!

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