• Glazer, Team HAQ, VIP Squad V2, Marlino AllStar, and The Academy are moving forward into the Realme League Regional level.
  • Team Todak, a well-known gaming professional, joins the Realme League in the Regional level.
  • Don’t miss out on Realme PUBG League’s Regional Tournament Finale from 24 – 26 June livestream on Realme Malaysia Official Facebook Page, Bilibili & TikTok.

Realme, the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand, invites all PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile fans and players to watch the exciting Realme League in collaboration with PUBG’s Regional Tournament, which will take place from June 24 to 26 June 2022, on Realme Malaysia’s Official Facebook Page, Bilibili, and TikTok platforms.

Following its exciting announcement in early June, the Realme League in conjunction with PUBG received such an enormous reaction from Malaysian fans that registrations were only open until 3 June, a deadline that had been shortened from the original date of 8 June. As a result, the tournament was able to accept more teams, bringing the total number of competing teams to 128 instead of 64. Following a fantastic country-level kick-off on the 11 and 12 June, which continued on the 17th and 18th of June, the Southeast Asia area was treated to a thrilling semi-finals match, with six teams progressing to the regional level this week.

“We are proud to see the passion and enthusiasm we received from our Malaysian PUBG Mobile fans who have registered to participate in the Realme PUBG League. We did not expect to see such excitement from our local teams, and we are happy to have been the brand to host such an exciting regional event, in support of the local talents within the eSports community,” says Crystal, Brand Director of Realme Malaysia. “We hope to continue seeing this ignited passion, and we will be sure to continue supporting our local youth talents in the eSports community, and other industries as well”.

Topcast, the Realme PUBG League caster, Master Ramen, Soloz, J Hunters, Afiq Chii, and Bella Livestream are among the world-class players who have given glory to the Malaysian eSports community, according to Realme Malaysia. Along with these legendary players, Malaysian PUBG fans will be able to see the top six teams from Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam duke it out for the title of Southeast Asia’s Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. The teams ー Glazer, Team HAQ, Todak, VIP Squad V2, Marlino AllStar, The Academy ー moving forward into regional levels are entitled to receive an RM800 prize. The top three winners of the realme PUBG League will be going back with a variety of Realme products including the fan-favorite GT Series and other products. Be your own champion, Be Realme!

Realme League in Collaboration with PUBG – Tournament Details :


Regional Tournament Finale24 June 2022 (Friday) – 26 June 2022 (Sunday)
*Fans can tune in to the realme PUBG League’s official platforms on:
Realme Malaysia’s Facebook Page


Country-LevelSix final teams from Malaysia will be selected to join the regional-level tournament, entitled for a prize of RM800 for each team.
Regional-LevelGrand Prize: USD2,000 and a realme Supreme GT Experience Officer (4x GT Neo 3 + next Generation of GT products)

Runner-up Prize: 4x GT Neo 3

2nd Runner-up Prize: 4x Buds Air 3

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