PUBG Mobile’s Club Open Crowns Bigetron RA As Champions At Fall Split Global Finals

The PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) 2019 Fall Split Global Finals happened over the weekend in Kuala Lumpur, which was the largest ever held to-date mobile Esports competition in the world. Which decidely, is pretty cool. The tournament ended with Bigetron RA from Indonesia outscored the other 15 competitors around the globe to win the championships, and the grand prize of $180,000 (RM 752, 325 approx.). TOP ESPORTS from China came second, and won $90,000 USD (RM 376,185 approx.) and MEGA Esports from Thailand came in third honors and won $45,000 USD (RM 188,000 approx.).

The PMCO 2019 Fall Split Global comes after more than three months of qualification tournaments around the globe, and had 16 pro and semi-pro teams from 10 regions taking part in the games. If you were slightly confused on the fact why it’s the ‘Fall Split’, it’s because PMCO 2019 is divided into two. The Spring, and the Fall Split, with a total prize pool of $2.5 million USD (RM 10,450,183 approx.).

“After months of competition leading up to the championship and three intense days here in Kuala Lumpur, we’re thrilled to crown Bigetron RA the champions of the PMCO 2019 Global Finals this year” said Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing Center, Tencent Games.

“We congratulate all the teams that made it to the finals and for showing the gaming community that PUBG MOBILE is more than just a game, where players can have fun, challenge themselves, keep in touch with friends and family, and meet new people.”

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