Highs and lows were in abundance at the PUBG Mobile Professional League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Finals Season 2, with 16 of the region’s top PUBG Mobile teams constantly trading places before one squad finally took hold of the top. That last group standing are none other than two-time world champions, Bigetron RA, who ended the championship with four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCDs) and 96 kills.
The Indonesian powerhouse initially weren’t off to a good start, after being knocked out 14th place with no kills in the first match of PMPL SEA Finals Season 2. However, despite their bumpy climb, they managed to pick up the momentum in subsequent matches. They didn’t let their Day 2 fifth spot bring down their spirits either, which resulted in a fantastic Day 3 performance – comprising 48 kills and three Chicken Dinners in a single day – that led to their first-ever SEA Finals trophy, as well as US$30,000 in winnings.
The top 4 PMPL SEA Finals Season 2 teams were supposed to be awarded passes to the prestigious PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) Season Zero. With Bigetron RA already qualified for PMGC 2020 as the defending champions, the qualification was extended to include the fifth-placed team. Thus, we present to you the four top 5 teams who will be entering the international stage:
- Aerowolf LIMAX (Indonesia)
- Secret Jin (Thailand)
- RRQ Athena (Thailand)
- POWER888 KPS (Thailand)
Unfortunately for Malaysia, no teams will be representing the country in PMGC 2020 this time. Most of them came close to doing so, including Geek Fam, Team Secret MY and Team SMG, who secured a top 5 spot on the first two days and one WWCD for the last two groups before being overtaken by Secret Jin, RRQ Athena and POWER888 KPS. Fan favourites Yoodo Gank weren’t on their top form too, though they managed to bag two Winner Winner Chicken Dinners in total and Draxx was declared as the Soloking champion. Nevertheless, they put up quite a fight against the apex teams, and the country is grateful for the blood and sweat they shed in the finals.
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