PEL Season 4: New airborne deployment rules, participating teams and more

PEL Season 4 2021 is set to commence from 21st October, 2021. For the upcoming season, Tencent has set new airborne deployment rules for the teams. Read the article to know the new rules and participating teams.

PEL Season 4: New airborne deployment rules, participating teams and more
Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4

Tencent has announced new airborne deployment rules for PEL Season 4 2021 (Peacekeeper Elite League). The upcoming season of PEL is going to commence from 21st October,2021 with the league stage concluding on 21st November, 2021. The finals are set to begin from 25th November to 29th November, 2021. The format of the upcoming season remains same to that of the previous seasons.

Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) is the most prestigious tournament of PUBG Mobile in China known as Game for Peace in the country. Twenty best teams from China battle it out every season to decide the top 15 teams heading towards the finals and ultimately lifting up the champions trophy. PEL Season 4 will be the the wrap up for 2021. The top teams will be able to qualify for PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021.

For the upcoming season Tencent has set some new rules for airborne deployment, let us know the details without further ado.

PEL Season 4: Tencent announces new airborne deployment rules

PEL Season 4: New airborne deployment rules, participating teams and more

Tencent, the organizer of Peacekeeper Elite League has announced that at every match, parachuting route will be divided into 3 flight segments. Each team needs to choose according to the rules of the flight segment. They’ll be ejected from the plane in their selected segment. If they fail to jump at the chosen segment, they’ll automatically be ejected from the plane.

The new rule will force the players to jump on different locations, therefore, many players can’t land on the same location. The flight segment might be decided based on the rankings of the previous game of the teams.

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Participating Teams

  • JD Esports
  • Tong Jia Bao
  • Da Kun Gaming
  • Nova Esports
  • 4 Angry Men
  • Show Time
  • Six Two Eight
  • Tianba
  • The Chosen
  • Team Pai
  • Regans Gaming
  • Qing Jiu Club
  • Still Moving under gun Fire
  • LGD Gaming
  • All Gamers
  • Team Game
  • Titan eSports Club
  • Team Weibo
  • Action Culture Technology
  • Royal Never Give Up

PEL follows the format of PMPL more or less with some modifications. Twenty teams need to fight in regular play for 2 days, the top 5 teams of the regular play will directly advance to the Weekly Finals (Super Weekends). The remaining 15 teams will again battle on the second day of regular play and the top 10 teams will head towards the weekly finals. After the conclusion of 5 weeks of regular play, top 15 teams will advance to the finals.

PEL Season 4: New airborne deployment rules, participating teams and more
Nova Esports

Talking about the qualification points of PMGC 2021, top 2 teams from PEC will be able to head towards the prestigious tournament. As of now, Nova Esports who won PEL Season 3 stands at the top of the leaderboard. Fans are eager to see whether this intimidating team is able to manifest the same dominance in the upcoming season.

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