PMGC 2022 Top Players to Watch Out in PUBG Mobile Global Championship

MGC 2021 began with a total of 40 teams from the east and rest of the world. Now we're down to the top 16 teams.

The Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 are just around the corner, and fans are excited to witness their favorite teams compete for the crown. Last year, PMGC 2021 began with a total of 40 teams from the east and rest of the world. Now we’re down to the top 16 teams, who will compete for a $3.5 million USD prize pool. PMGC 2022 Top Players to Watch Out in PUBG Mobile Global Championship

The players are putting in long hours of practice in order to be ready for the big game. Let’s take a look at the top five players to watch at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 grand finals.

PMGC 2022 Top Players to Watch Out in PUBG Mobile Global Championship

Paraboy

This gamer, a Chinese player presently playing for Nova Esports, requires no introduction. He was in the top five overall kill leaders list the previous season and will now be vying for first place. Paraboy was recently named Esports Mobile Player of the Year at the Esports Awards 2021.

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This Mongolian player, who presently represents Stalwart Esports, has dominated the PUBG Mobile esports scene. On the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 league finals, he received the gunslinger award and is one of the finest players to keep an eye on in the battleground.

CARRILHO

Lucas “Carrilho” Miguel is a Brazilian player who now represents A7 eSports, the best squad in the Americas area. The team, which was formed in 2020, has not lost a single competition in the region and has entirely controlled the scene by finishing first. The team will now try to bring the trophy back to the United States.

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Jonathan

The Indian star player carries a great deal of responsibility in terms of lifting the trophy at the end of the day. Jonathan, who is known for his close combat skills during heated clashes, will be aiming to finish first in the MVP voting. The pro player, who was born on September 21, 2002, began his professional career with Team SkuLL, then moved on to TSM Entity, Team Tapatap, and lastly Godlike Esports.

Matic

Matic has established himself as one of the greatest players in the Western Conference. Vitalii “Matic” Shulga is a professional PUBG Mobile player presently with Natus Vincere in Russia. The guy wowed his fans with fantastic gun skills and team fights, and he’ll do the same in the grand finals.

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