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Bigetron Red Aliens crowned Champions in PMPL SEA Finals Season 2


PUBG MOBILE Pro League Southeast Asia (PMPL SEA) Finals Season 2, which just ended on 25 October has crowned Bigetron Red Aliens, an Esports team from Indonesia as the new champion, replacing Yoodo Gank, of PMPL SEA Finals Season 1 from Malaysia.

As the champions, team Bigetron Red Aliens team took home the grand prize of USD 30,000.

Team Aerowolf LIMAX also from Indonesia, who participated in PMPL SEA for the first time, came up in second place and took home a prize money of USD 20,000, while team Secret Jin from Thailand won third place and a prize money of USD 15,000.

From 23-25 October, PUBG MOBILE brought a whole new viewing experience for fans and the PUBG MOBILE community, through its broadcast live streaming on PUBG MOBILE Official Facebook page using online virtual reality (VR) studio using 720 degree shooting, and other advanced technologies.

The event was hosted for the first time by a virtual emcee, also known known as Miss J, while audiences were thrilled by a mysterious guest – internationally renowned rapper from Indonesia, Rich Brian, who gave a spectacular performance on the last day of the event with his song “Kids”.

Brian also displayed his gaming skills and paired up with players Ryzen from Bigetron RA, uHigh from Team Secret and Break from team BOX Gaming (Vietnam) in a show match against the best pro players in Southeast Asia.

After 15 rounds of competition to the final match, each team ramped up the battle for the top position and four tickets to qualify for the 2020 PUBG MOBILE Global Championship.

“Wow, really awesome! We shed happy tears when we were confirmed as Southeast Asia’s champions for the first time. To our fans, thank you for your prayers and support during this tournament and for the Aerowolf team who qualified for the Global Championship, let’s play and become champions in the Global Championship competition, ”said Luxxy, one of the Bigetron Red Aliens players.

Potato, one of team Aerowolf Limax’s players, also expressed his happiness. “We are very happy to be able to participate in our first official tournament outside Indonesia and to have succeeded in achieving the target we had set when we joined in this tournament — which is to qualify for the Global Championship. To our fans, thank you for your support and we apologise for failing to become champions. Nevertheless, we are quite happy that the first and second places in this competition were both won by Indonesian teams.”

Teams Aerowolf Limax, Secret Jin, RRQ Athena dan POWER888 KPS will accompany Bigetron Red Aliens, to the 2020 PUBG MOBILE World Championship.

These five teams will face other top world teams, namely team Futbolist eSports from Turkey who came out top in the PUBG MOBILE World League in the West region; teams The Unnamed and A7 eSport from the U.S.; team Loops eSports from Brazil who won the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) Americas tournament; team ArCRESTART from South Korea which won the PUBG MOBILE Street Challenge 2nd Half tournament; team Blue Bees from Japan who won the PUBG MOBILE Japan League; and the remaining 10 teams who have yet to be crowned winners through various PUBG MOBILE competitions around the world.

These 19 teams will then compete for a prize pool of USD 2 million.

“Congratulations to the team that has successfully obtained tickets for the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship 2020. In the Grand Final of PMPL SEA Finals Season 2, which was very tight, representatives from each country in Southeast Asia have presented proud world-class competition. We hope that the four best teams from Southeast Asia will be able to surprise their fans in the PUBG MOBILE Global Championship 2020 competition. In this competition, we are committed to increasing professionalism in presenting online shows and using the latest and best technology for fans, and we hope that fans will love what we do and serve, because our content is always different from one competition to another. ” Said Gaga Li, Head of PUBG MOBILE ESports for Southeast Asia.

For more information, check out the official PUBG MOBILE Esports Facebook page.

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