Final PUBG Mobile Club Open 2021 Spring Spring North America concluded on February 28. PMCO is a tournament open to everyone, mostly for amateurs and semi-professional teams. The best teams from here qualify for the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL), where they meet professional teams.
To include more regions, PUBG Mobile officials expanded the PMCO to 27 regions in the 2021 sports round, adding seven new regions and PMPL.
PUBG Mobile takes the biggest care in organizing the tournament. In addition to the built-in anti-cheat app, they also monitor and record the playing of teams for further investigation.
Warning6 disqualified from PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split North America
After two weeks of PMCO NA finals, PUBG Mobile disqualified Warning6 for cheating / exploitation. Officials posted this announcement via social media:
“After an internal check, we estimated that Warning 6 took over the search for a competitive advantage on the last day of PMCO NA, which had a big impact on the final standings. They will be removed from the PMPL. NA and will lose earnings / placement from PMCO North Of America. “
Warning6 secured eighth place in the PMCO NA finals, which is why they qualified for the PMPL NA. PMCO North America was conquered by the Enigma Fan Club with 102 kills and 206 points, followed by Mezexis Esports NA with 169 points.
The invited team of “Helping Quit Addiction” secured third place with 162 points. Eleven teams qualified for this event for PMPL NA 2021, where they will fight against nine invited teams.
North America, Brazil and LATAM are the three regions receiving exclusive PMPLs for the first time. Until last season, these three regions played in one Pro league, that is. In PMPL Americas.