Who won PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) MY/SG Season 1 Grand Finals?

by Raymond Foo
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A few weeks ago, we touched on PUBG Mobile Malaysia and Singapore Pro League MY/SG (PMPL)’s Regular Season, which saw SEAGM sponsored teams Bapak Ah Esports, and Yoodo Gank victorious in first and second place. So who won the Grand Finals that followed after?

The PUBG Mobile Malaysia and Singapore Pro League MY/SG (PMPL) Season 1 Grand Finals started with a three-week-long round-robin league, which ran from the 3rd March – 15 April 2020. It featured the best 24 professional PUBG Mobile teams that Malaysia and Singapore had to offer, and marked the first time an official PUBG MOBILE tournament for the Singaporean crowds.

As the event concluded, 3 teams were crowned as victors. Congratulations to Team Secret, who came in 1st place and secured a spot in the World League and SEA Finals. In 2nd place, SEAGM sponsored team Yoodo Gank, and Bigetron AROV who came in 3rd, with both teams also qualifying to the SEA Finals. Prize money awarded were USD 15,000 (approx: RM 65,716.50), USD 10,000 (approx: RM 43,811.00), and USD 7,500 (approx: RM 32,858.25) for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place respectively.

Prize Pool:

Team Secret – 1st Place
Yoodo Gank – 2nd Place

As we’ve mentioned in our previous PMPL post, if you’re thinking of taking a professional step into the world of Esports, know this; whether you prefer console gaming, mobile, PC, or even portables, the industry is booming, and it’s a great time to pick up gaming if you haven’t already. And who knows? Maybe YOU are the next in line that could possibly represent SEAGM. Nothing is impossible. 

To get you in the competitive mood, SEAGM’s Promo for PUBGM UC is still live! And here’s another one, get 10% off when you check out with this Grab Promo! Like we always say, we’ve got you covered! Now go conquer the world of Esports!

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