Top Esports Take "PUBG Mobile" Club Open Global Finals

Over the weekend, China's Top Esports won the inaugural PUBG Mobile PMCO Spring Split Global Finals in Berlin, besting out the rest of the teams. After several rounds of play, they took the most amount of point of the 16 teams from around the world with a total of 344 points to win the championship. They'll take home a cash prize of $180k and a limited BAPE x PUBG Mobile champion outfit. Second place went to X-Quest F, also from China as they won $90k, with the third Chinese team Elite Gaming snagging $45k. RRQ Athena's G9 took home the Twitter Fan Favorite Player Award, and Mortal from Team SouL earned the Website Fan Favorite Player Award. We have a quote from the winning team below.

TOP ESPORT Take "PUBG Mobile" Club Open Global Finals
credit//PUBG Corp.

"After months of competition leading up to the championship and three intense days here in Berlin, we're thrilled to crown TOP ESPORTS the champions of the PUBG Mobile Club Open Global Finals," said Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing Center, Tencent. "We congratulate all the teams that made it to the finals and showed the gaming community the playability, action and fun in our game."

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