- PMJL Season 1 Phase 1 started on 13 Feb 2021.
- Here are the standings and results in PMJL after Day 1.
- REJECT won PMJL Day 1, while SaRa was the MVP.
Krafton's PUBG Mobile Japan League Season 1, the biggest PUBG Mobile tournament for the players of Japan is going on. PMJL Season 1 is a franchised league with a whopping prizepool of 300 Million Yen (Approx $2,800,000 USD).
PMJL Season 1 is divided into two phases and the Phase 1 has already started on 13 February 2021. In PMJL, there will be 12 matchdays where 16 teams will play a total of 50 matches to capture the 'winner' title. The tournament will continue till 1st May 2021.
The standings of PMJL Season 1 Phase 1 after Day 1 is as followed:
- REJECT - 68 Points
- SCARZ - 47 Points
- SunSister - 37 Points
- UNITE - 36 Points
- Sengoku Gaming -35 Points
- BLUE BEES - 27 Points
- FOR7 - 26 Points
- BC SWELL -26 Points
- AQUOS DetonatioN Violet - 25 Points
- Lag Gaming - 25 Points
- Donuts USG -23 Points
- CYCLOPS athlete gaming - 22 Points
- AXIZ - 22 Points
- Harajuku STREET GAMERS - 15 Points
- DeToNator - 14 Points
- JUPITER - 12 Points
There are also prizes for the Daily winners and MVP, here is the Day 1 winner and the MVP:
- MVP: SaRa
- 100,000 Yen (Approx $952 USD)
- Day Winner: REJECT
- 2,000,000 Yen (Approx $19,000 USD)
You can watch all the matches live on the YouTube channel of PUBG MOBILE JAPAN LEAGUE OFFICIAL.
Phase 2 of PMJL Season 1 will take place in July-September 2021 where the same 16 teams will play the rest of the 50 matches to determine the winner of PMJL Season 1. The top 14 teams of PMJL Season 1 will directly qualify for the Season 2 of PMJL which will be held in 2022. The bottom 2 teams will move to PUBG Mobile Challenge League Season 2.
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