New History Recorded! RSG Malaysia Crowned Champions Of PUBG Mobile Pro League My/Sg Season 3

The biggest Grand Final esports tournament in Malaysia/Singapore region, PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) MY/SG Season 3 has ended last Sunday (25/04), crowning the esports team RSG Malaysia, that consists of SmallBoY, Vokey, BadMaN, Kim, and ChillreX as champions. After an intense 18 matches, the win created a new chapter in the PMPL Competition as RSG Malaysia emerged in first place, replacing Team Secret who were the champions in the previous two seasons.

Thanks to their victory, the RSG Malaysia team won a cash prize of $15,000. In second place, the Geek Fam Malaysia team won a cash prize of $10,000. They were followed in third place by the Anti Circle team who won a cash prize of $7,500. By securing the top two places, RSG Malaysia and Geek Fam Malaysia teams are entitled to receive golden tickets to advance to the PMPL Southeast Asia (SEA) S3 Grand Final which will be held on 21-23 May. They will be accompanied by Dingoz MPX, who managed to secure their place, after winning the PMPL Malaysia Season 3 Regular Season round. In addition, the top 2 teams in this season’s PMPL, Dingoz MPX and Team Secret, will have a special opportunity to compete in the Peace Elite Asia Invitational 2021 competition. Peacekeeper Elite is the name PUBG MOBILE uses for the China area.

The Grand Final Round at PMPL MY/SG Season 3, which was broadcasted live for three consecutive days from 23 April going through 25 April 2021, was a very competitive tournament! It was filled with epic action from all players. There were many unpredictable surprises for the audience, for instance, RSG Malaysia who suddenly seized victory in PMPL MYSG S3 with a total of 196 points, just 19 points above Geek Fam. RSG’s appearance was very surprising as the team only sat in 14th place in the regular season stage. They secured 5 Winner Winner Chicken Dinner and 92 kill points more than any other team. The defending champions Team Secret had to give up their title and settle for 8th place, while the winner of Regular Season, Dingoz MPX finished in 9th position.

“All teams have shown such great performances throughout this tournament, starting from the regular season up to the finals. We’re happy and grateful for all their enthusiasm. Congratulations to the teams who advanced to the next tournament. We are looking forward to welcoming them to a bigger stage with bigger tournament prizes where they will have the opportunity to showcase their skills against more professional players. It’s their chance to seize glory in the world of mobile esports,” said Gaga Li, Head of PUBG Mobile SEA Esports.

In this tournament, the Malaysian RSG team member, Amirol “Kim” Hakiem Sabaruddin was also awarded the Most Valuable Player title winning a cash prize of USD$2,000 for his achievements. Amirol achieved this with 40 total kills dealing damage of 8,773 and with an average of survival for 357 minutes 37 seconds during this competition.

Unfortunately, those teams which ranked 13th to 16th (i.e. iPhongWanted LX, JPNSEA, DMS.FV, and Yoodo Gank) will need to qualify for the next PMPL season. In order to qualify for the upcoming season of PMPL MYSG, they must restart from the PUBG MOBILE Malaysia National Championship.

The PMPL MYSG series is a competition that expands the scope of the esports ecosystem in Malaysia, especially for PUBG MOBILE scene. This competition is also a proving ground for the PUBG MOBILE esports team to be the best.

28 April 2021

Author: Terry KS

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