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Order Wins Esports Awards 2022's as Esports Mobile Player of the Year Award

By Naman Alok | Dec 16, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Zeng “Order” Zehai, a professional Chinese PUBG Mobile (Game for Peace in China) player with Nova Esports, has won the Esports Awards 2022’s Esports Mobile Player of the Year award. Order was one of the ten contenders, along with Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, Piyapon “GODCRUZ” Boonchuay, and Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek, who were shortlisted for this award. He received his first nomination for the prize and took it home. He received the award from YouTuber Kiera Bridget and businessman Matt Rutledge, but he was unable to attend the celebration in person. Order Wins Esports Awards 2022’s as Esports Mobile Player of the Year Award

Order wins the Esports Mobile Player award after defeating JONATHAN in the vote count.

One of the best and most reliable PUBG Mobile players worldwide is Order. Nova Esports has won all five of the international competitions it has participated in since it joined the club. It won the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) in 2020 and 2021 as well as the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021: League – East. It won the Peacekeeper Elite Championship in 2019 and 2020. At PMGC 2021, he also received the Most Valuable Player (MVP) honour.

The PMGC 2022 League Stage was just played, with Nova Esports placing second in Group Green. It has earned a spot in the renowned championship’s Grand Finals, which will take place from January 6–8, 2023, at Jakarta International Expo in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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The Esports Awards showed a pre-recorded video of Order thanking his teammates, coaches, organisation, and fans because he was unable to attend the award event. “Winning the award for best Esports Mobile Player of 2022 is a wonderful honour for me. I want to express my gratitude to my fans for their unwavering support and inspiration. Many thanks to my coaches, teammates, and the Nova Esports organisation. I appreciate your recognising me. I had never done anything like it before,” he remarked. I’m presently getting ready for the PMGC 2022 Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship, he continued. I’m hoping for a good outcome and that my team and I take home the championship. I sincerely hope you will support my team and me in the interim. I appreciate your efforts to make me smile.

The star of Indian Battlegrounds Mobile India (the country’s version of PUBG Mobile), JONATHAN, was also challenged for the honour but lost out. S8UL Esports, on the other hand, was the winner of the “Content Group of the Year” honours at the 2022 Esports Awards.

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