The kings of the throne will not be toppled. Bigetron Red Aliens are your two-time champions of the world stage, winning the PUBG Mobile World League 2020 Spring Split East Division Season Zero with 287 points, including two Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCDs) and the second-highest kill volume of 113 points.
Their hunger for kills – as well as a prosperous amount of good placements throughout the world tournament – earned them their well-deserved championship title, overcoming the likes of India’s Orange Rock Esports and Thailand’s RRQ Athena, who got second and third place, respectively. It was a tight competition between the top 3, who were trading rankings back and forth until the Indonesian ace team won in the long run. They were rewarded with the winnings of US$155,000, while Orange Rock and RRQ Athena return home with US$55,000 and US37,500, respectively.
Two of Bigetron RA’s best matches in Day 4 were round two (Vikendi) and four (Miramar), placing second in both games. Fans witnessed a literal rocky finale in the winter wonderland level, with the top 5 teams – Orange Rock, Yoodo Gank, RRQ Athena and U Level Up – circling a huge boulder situated just below Tovar, as they attempt to outgun one another until the last team stands. Bigetron managed to take down U Level Up after the Taiwanese team knocked out RRQ Athena, followed by Orange Rock, totaling up to 13 kills in that round. However, after waiting for their competitors to be flushed out, Yoodo Gank swooped in from behind to surprise the champions and secured their second chicken dinner.
And in the largest map of PUBG Mobile, it wasn’t exactly smooth sailing for the PMWL 2020 East champions – Luxxy was knocked out early while the Red Aliens were barely staying inside the safe zone until the final few circles. But, they eventually survived and managed to share a high ground with Valdus The Murder, who were on the other end. On top of that, captain Zuxxy even went aboard a compound housed by Reject Scarlet, fearlessly proning on top of their roof to pick off the last of King of Gamers Club from a distance, while Microboy attempts to take out their Japanese neighbours, resulting in him being knocked out while finishing them off – this led to them having a whopping nine kills this round. With Valdus and Bigetron as the last two teams, the latter were weakened from their last fight, which the Thai team noticed. Thus, they rushed in and overpowered Bigetron, bagging their first ever WWCD in the League Finals.
In other news, BOX Gaming’s Break – whose team placed fourth after winning their second WWCD in the last match of the day – won the MVP title for the Eastern Division of PMWL 2020, scoring 7519 total damage and 35 eliminations. He was gifted US$3,000 for his outstanding performance.
As for Malaysia’s Team Secret and Yoodo Gank, there were glimmers of their prime performance today, as the former killed 19 players today and the Malaysian fan favourites cooked up their sole chicken dinner. Nonetheless, it wasn’t enough to pull them out of the bottom two spots. We wish them nothing but the best of luck in the next global tournament of PUBG Mobile esports.
Thanks for watching PMWL 2020 East on eGG Network TV. Be sure to have a pleasant break from PUBG Mobile esports before the second Professional League of Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) begins on 18 August.