The team from China were proclaimed champions of the event after three days of tough competition.
Today was the final day of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 Grand Finals. Nova Esports Wins PMGC. The team from China were proclaimed champions of the event after three days of tough competition.
Throughout the three days, the squad dominated the lobby, scoring 222 points and 101 frags. The team had outstanding strategic play on the second day, which was their most successful. For their victory, Nova Esports was awarded a stunning $1.5 million as well as a gleaming trophy.
Nova Esports had won the first season of the PMGC in 2020, and this was their second win in a row.
Natus Vincere, also known as NAVI, came in second place in the tournament. The squad showed incredible resilience in the final stages of the tournament, finishing second with 175 points and 95 kills. The team was able to win three chicken dinners in total, as well as a $600,000 runner-up prize.
The Middle Eastern team Nigma Galaxy came in third place in this year’s Global Championship. The team shown their mettle by focusing mostly on position points and securing many top rankings across 18 matches. The team earned a total of 166 points, 48 of which came through eliminations. They were awarded a monetary prize of $300,000 for coming in third place.
The championship was hotly contested from fifth to tenth place, with all of the teams finishing within a five-point gap of each other. S2G Esports of Turkey and D’Xavier of Vietnam came in fourth and fifth place, respectively, with 150 and 143 points.
GodLike Esports, an Indian team, did not perform well in the competition, finishing in 13th place with 106 points. The squad never seemed at ease during the event and had trouble adjusting to the PMGC lobby. Godlike Esports won a lot of fights and got a lot of frag points, however they didn’t get enough position points. The team did, however, finish the tournament on a positive note by securing a chicken meal in the championship game.
South Korea’s DWG KIA, who had won the East League Finals, also lost in the Grand Finals. In the 18 games they played, the team had a few good performances, but they couldn’t equal their League Stage performance.
Fenerbahce Esports and Furious Gaming finished 15th and 16th, respectively, in the league. Both of these teams will try to use what they learnt in this tournament to improve their performance in their next global competition.
|AFTER MATCH 18|
|Rank||Team Name||Placement Pts||Finish Pts||Total||CD|
|6||Kaos Next Rüya||73||68||141||1|
|8||Six Two Eight||68||72||140||2|
Nova Esports’ Order was named MVP of the Grand Finals.
1st place: $1.5 Million (11 crores INR) – Nova Esports
2nd place: $600,000 (4.4 crore INR) – Natus Vincere
3rd place: $300,000 (2.2 crore INR) – Nigma Galaxy
4th place: $150,000 (1.1 crores INR) – S2G Esports
5th place: $90,000 (66.7 lakhs INR) – D’Xavier
6th place: $60,000 (44.6 lakhs INR) – Kaos Next Ruya Gaming
7th place: $40,000 (29.7 lakhs INR) – Stalwart Esports
8th place: $37,500 (27.9 lakhs INR) – Six Two Eight
9th place: $34,500 (25.6 lakhs INR) – Alpha7 Esports
10th place: $31,500 (23.4 lakhs INR) – The Infinity
11th place: $30,000 (22.3 lakhs INR) – Damwon Gaming
12th place: $30,000 (22.3 lakhs INR) – Team Secret
13th place: $27,000 (20 lakhs INR) – GodLike Esports
14th place: $27,000 (20 lakhs INR) – 4 Rivals Alliance
15th place: $21,000 (15.6 lakhs INR) – 1907 FB Esports
16th place: $21,000 (15.6 lakhs INR) – Furious Gaming
MVP: $10,000 (7.4 lakhs INR) – Nova Order