Top 3

The one-month long tournament with 3 group stages saw many top teams fighting for the title. Finally, Godlike esports became the champions by dethroning Entity Gaming, the winners of previous PMCO Fall Split 2019.

OrangeRock Esports and Megastars Esports came first runner-up and second runner-up respectively. Each finalist teams played a total of 12 matches in two days which finally gave us the winners. GodLCarryBTC from Godlike esports became the top fragger in the finals taking a total of 34 kills with a total damage of 5537 and avg survival of 23:10 min.

Top Fraggers

Image Credit – Pubg Mobile India

The top 9 teams out of 16 teams will now advance to the Pubg Mobile Pro League: 2020 – South Asia. The 9 teams advancing are as follows

  • Godlike
  • MegaStars Esports
  • OrangeRock Esports
  • Team Tamilas
  • Marcos Gaming
  • Fnatic
  • Umumba Esports RXN
  • VSG Crawlers
  • Team Celtz

These teams will now join the 5 invited teams and top 6 teams of PMCO 2020: South Asia in the PMPL 2020 starting from Mar 12th 2020.

The Complete tournament was organized by Tencent Games and Pubg Corporation in partnership with Nodwin Gaming.

Read More – Pmco 2020 India group stage: Fnatic top the table

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