The Infinity Esports win PMPL SEA Championship Season 3
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The Infinity Esports win PMPL SEA Championship Season 3

After three days of sweat, gunpowder and explosions, The Infinity Esports emerged triumphant to bag the trophy in the PUBG Mobile Professional League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Championship Season 3.

With four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners and 121 kills (totalling up to a whopping 239 points) to their name, they had the highest number of WWCDs and eliminations in the whole competition. They are also the second PUBG Mobile Thai team to win the SEA series, after RRQ Athena in PMCO (PUBG Mobile Club Open) Fall Split SEA Championship 2019. The Infinity Esports were rewarded US$30,000 for their championship title, US$2,000 more for the Chicken Dinners they acquired, and most importantly, they immediately qualify for PMPL SEA Championship Season 4.

nOOzy of The Infinity Esports was awarded the Finals MVP title, giving him an additional US$6,000 for his outstanding performance. He did rake in close to 10,000 damage and 56 kills, 23 more than the second-best fragger, LIVESCAPE’s KatouLyssa.

Not so close behind them are EVOS Reborn and Infinity IQ, who are the runner-ups and second-runner ups of the tournament. They earned US$20,000 and US$15,000, respectively, but the Indonesian squad also scored the last set of tickets to the next season of the PMPL SEA Championship. It was a close call for the pair, with AURA Esports and LIVESCAPE close behind before they got knocked out early in the last two games.

Alas, for the Malaysian teams, the rest proved too much for RSG Malaysia, Geek Fam and Dingoz MPX. The PMPL MY/SG Season 3 Finals champions did win one Chicken Dinner that boosted their rankings, and Geek Fam were pretty consistent in most matches. Nevertheless, their country is proud of the hard work they’ve put in, and wish them the best next season.

16 of the best PUBG Mobile professional esports teams across Southeast Asia competed in PMPL SEA Championship Season 3, battling for the US$150,000 total prize pool and two direct slots to the next season. The regional tournament ran from 21 – 23 May, and was broadcast live on the official PUBG Mobile Facebook page and YouTube channel.

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About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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