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PMWL East : Bigetron Crowned Champions Followed by Orange Rock


PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) East Season Zero finally ended its final level. Bigetron RA Esports was crowned as the tournament champions. In the final, for the ultimate title and a huge prize pool of $425,000, a total of 16 teams fought it out against each other. In the PMWL 2020, East Finals total of 24 games has been played over the course of four days.

By securing 287 points and two chicken dinners, Bigetron RA has won PMWL East 2020. Not surprisingly BTR was also champion of league stages. They were followed by Orange Rock and RRQ Athena who respectively had 278 and 276 points. It was a bit surprising that Malaysian PMPL and SEA champions Team Secret, along with Yoodo Gank didn’t have a great tournament and finished at the bottom of the table.


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Below is the full list of PMWL EAST Standings
  1. Bigetron RA
  2. OR Esports
  3. RRQ Athena
  4. Box Gaming
  5. U Level Up Esports
  6. TSM-Entity
  7. T1
  8. Valdus the Murder
  9. Team IND
  10. Megastars
  11. SynerGE
  12. King of Gamers Club
  13. Reject Scarlet
  14. GXR Celtz
  15. Team Secret
  16. Yodoo Gank


  • Finals Kill Leaders:


Box Break is leading the chart by beating world best players. He came as a surprise for another team. He was MVP of finals with massive 40 kills and 7932 damage. His team finished the fourth position overall. And won US$10000 as overall MVP.

#2. OR GILL (36 KILLS):

From the start of the PMWL event, GILL proved why he is one of the best players in India. Gill’s addition in OR makes his team gunfight on another level. His aim Precision often misjudged him as a hacker by opponent fans. His team OR finished #2 position.


You can call him clutch master of PMWL east. He has shown his outstanding clutching abilities against a team like RRQ, OR and IND.His team also finished 1st position with 287 points. Ryzen also had good frags in league stages.

#4. RRQ BEER11 (34 KILLS):

RRQ BEER11 emerged out to be the best kill leader among his team and made it to the top kill leaders list with 34 frags. He is in the fourth position as RRQ finished on 3rd with 101 kills and 276 points.


Jonathan topped the overall leaderboard of the finals with 34 kills. No introduction is needed for this world-class player. He was also the MVP of Week 2 and Week 3. You can’t ignore him over top 5 kills leaderboard in any tourney. He was also #2 in kills and #1 in damage of PMWL league stages.

Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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