- Team Celtz had won the last season of PMPL.
- Then why is team Celtz not invited in PMPL?
- They have requested PUBG for a slot in the tournament.
Having a gaming career is not considered to be a good choice, especially for Indian parents at this time. However, various online games like PUBG Mobile are now changing the taboo. Players all around the globe are making a huge name by mastering this game. Whether it is a streamer, content creator, or a pro player, these guys are really impressing everyone with their skills. Global Tournaments play an important role in creating fame opportunities for these players.
PUBG Mobile Pro League or the PMPL is one of the most known tournaments held for the players having relevant skills and grasp over the game. If we look at the last season of the tournament, Celtz won the PUBG Mobile Pro League- Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals and made a huge name in the community. But unfortunately, the news that they were not invited for the PMPL Season 2 is heart-breaking for the fans.
What is Celtz?
Celtz is one of the finest PUBG Mobile teams in the South-Asia region. Basically, it is an Indian Team known for their tactical skills and endurance in the game. They have participated in several PUBG Tournaments and had a great time in them. Being the champions of PUBG Mobile Pro League- Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals is their biggest achievement so far.
No Invitation for Celtz in PMPL
PMPL Season 2 features a huge prize slot of 150,000 USD for the participants. Many famous teams are invited such as Soul, Fnatic, TeamIND, TSM-Entity, and many others from various parts of the world. When it came about the defending champions of PMPL, no news was heard of them being invited. This was the most tragic incident for the fans and even more for the team Cletz themselves.
Why is Celtz not invited in PMPL?
Now the question arises that why did PUBG not invite Cletz in PMPL? The reason that they stated was that only the top 12 teams of PMPL League were given the privilege to play in the next season. But our team Cletz was placed on the 13th position in the table. The players of team Celtz also expressed their emotions through social media handles.
According to them, Indian Gaming Community is not focussed on local talent, rather they are more concerned about foreign players. They have officially requested PUBG Mobile for a slot in the tournament. Let's see what happens now. Also, do let us know in the comments below what you feel about this issue. What do you think, should Celtz be invited to the PMPL because they are the defending champions?