Infinity and Nova Esports’ PUBG Mobile regional clash was not an ideal performance on Day 3 of China vs SEA. However, both the teams managed to retain the first and second position respectively.
Meanwhile, Bacon Time’s consistent performance earned them a podium finish. Faze Clan, on the other hand, dropped to fifth place after failing to win a few games.
Yangon Galacticos (YG), an underdog PUBG Mobile team from Myanmar, has done a fantastic job so far, finishing fourth with three chicken dinners. On Saturday, the team won two of their five matches, moving them into the top five. Chinese LGD and Indonesian Boom Esports dropped to ninth and eleventh positions.
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SMG, who have booked their place in the upcoming PMGC finals, are yet to put up a consistent performance at the event and will surely look to perform in their remaining five matches.
Although he gained momentum by winning the first match, SEM9 failed to maintain his quality in further fights and finished in 15th place. BN United have performed poorly in the event so far, collecting 29 points at an average of around 2.
Introducing PUBG Mobile Regional Clash Day 3
YG defeated Boom Esports in their final match to pick up a huge 15 in the first match of the day. Meanwhile, Nova Esports sat in third place without a single elimination, while Malaysia’s 4Rivals finished fourth with nine finishes.
Showing an incredible performance, YG won his second Chicken Dinner in 3 days with seven kills. The team has scored 42 points in two games, just 10 shy of its overall total in the first 10 contests. Meanwhile, Bacon Time and D’Xavier took second and third place. Nova Esports collected just three points, while SMG and Boom managed to accumulate none.
PUBG Mobile Pro League Indonesia champions Genesis Dogma won Game 3 with 12 eliminations against Bacon Time and SEM9 in the final zone. In contrast, Nova Esports collected 10 points, including six finishes.
After a rocky start, SMG picked up their first win in Game 4 with 11 eliminations. Bacon Time continued their steady approach and finished second with eight kills. Relying on individual brilliance, Jimmy led Nova Esports to a third-place finish with five wins.
A great performance in Game 5 saw Vietnam powerhouse D’Xavier pick up the win and post a 13-kill chicken dinner. Their exploits at close range were a sight to behold. Meanwhile, Alter Ego collected 15 points and 11 eliminations.
Edited by Sizo Samuel Paul