PUBG Mobile Global Championship: the title goes to Nova Esports

By Ucatchers

After four days of intense esports action by 16 teams, PUBG Mobile Global Championships: Season 0 have ended. Nova Esports is the team that comes out victorious winning the title of first PUBG Mobile world champion. The Chinese team has beaten big names like NaVi, Team Secret, 4AM and others. With a lead of 168 placement points, Nova Esports takes home $ 700,000 in prize money and the title of champion. The Chinese team performed exceptionally with 168 placement points and 151 kills, for a total of 319 points. In addition, the team managed to win four games, becoming the second team with the most wins. In second place, the 4AM have pocketed 200 thousand with a score of 294. In the third, Zeus Esports have taken 292 total points and go home with $ 100,000 in earnings.

🏆 Introducing your FIRST-EVER PUBG MOBILE GLOBAL CHAMPION, Nova Esports !! 🏆 4 Angry Men took Second Place 🥈, and Third Place went to Zeus Esports! 🥉 Congratulations teams !! 🤩🎉 #PMGC #WEONTOP pic.twitter.com/PIXwp8fi7W

– PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) January 26, 2021

In addition to the increase in popularity, this victory contributes to the long series of positive results of Nova eSports in the PUBG Mobile scene. Last year alone, they pocketed over $ 1.7 million in prize money. The Chinese team has consistently finished first, or on the podium, in every competition they have entered. The PMGC saw the participation of Team Secret, NaVi and many other big names. With players from all over the world, the tournament offered great entertainment. Thanks to his fans, the audience has skyrocketed: according to Esports Charts, the finals alone attracted over 3.8 million spectators total, with over 500 thousand simultaneous spectators. The competition was well followed 64 million hours.

In addition to a great win, Nova Esports take home a collaboration with the live streaming platform Trovo, partly owned by Tencent and set to become the Chinese Twitch. James Yang, Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports, expressed his gratitude to those who made the championship possible. Looking ahead, James is looking forward to getting the next PUBG Mobile circuit events dedicated to fans and gamers in motion in 2021.

“We just saw PUBG Mobile’s best-in-class competitive gaming performance, each packed with action and fun. I am immensely proud to crown the Nova Esports PMGC championsJames said. “This tournament has set a very high bar for PUBG Mobile esports and we are incredibly excited to showcase everything we have planned for our competitive scene this year.”

The record of views for the first season of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship leaves all fans with their mouth watering. Although the competition is over, fans can look forward to an action-packed year for PUBG Mobile with the new 2021 program that introduces several new competitions and a very rich prize pool.

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