Major tournaments such as the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG) and PMPL SEA Finals may garner lots of attention, but every pro player started out somewhere to sharpen their skills before entering the big leagues. And what better place for fledgling PUBG Mobile esports players to kickstart their career than an amateur tournament like the Safe Zone Community Cup 2020 (SZCC), which concluded its five-week long streak last weekend (31 May).
Here are the four teams who won their respective weekly competition:
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These four teams proved others and themselves to be the top dogs of the PUBG Mobile series, each winning the victor’s cash prize of US$75 for their exceptional gun skills, solid rotations and high IQ plays.
Presented by Tencent Games, the SZCC catered to amateur Malaysian PUBG Mobile teams in the midst of Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO), encouraging players to stay home (#StayInTheSafeZone) to curb the COVID-19 disease. The community competition ran from 27 Apr – 31 May, plus a one week hiatus from 21 – 27 May to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri. A total prize pool of US$8,400 was featured, with approximately 1024 teams across 32 PUBG Mobile communities who joined the fray.
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