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Bigetron Esports win PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split Global Finals

After a grueling three days at the PUBG Mobile Cup Open 2019, Bigetron Esports have come out of the tournament victorious at the Fall Split Global Finals.
Bigetron Esports win PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split Global Finals

After a grueling three days at the PUBG Mobile Cup Open 2019, Bigetron Esports have come out of the tournament victorious at the Fall Split Global Finals.

After leading the overall table since March, Bigetron continued to show that they are levels ahead of other teams. Putting up a dominant performance over the weekend, amassing 303 points, more than 100 more than the second-place team, alongside five chicken dinners along the way. Bigetron dominated the tournament for the most part, defeating 15 teams along the way to the PMCO Fall Split title, continuing to prove that they will be the PUBG team to beat heading into 2020.

The Indonesia-based team started their title-seeking journey after qualifying for the Global Finals after coming out on top of the preliminary PMCO World Championship round and walked all over the competition after that. Consistent team performances from Made Bagas “Zuxxy” Pramudita, Made Bagus “Luxxy” Prabaswara, Muhammad “Ryzen” Albi, and Nizar “MiCROBOY” Lugatio led Bigetron Esports to remain in the top half of their table, ending Day 1 with 30 kill points, 38 placement points, and 68 total points. Bigetron continued their high-level Day 1 performance with three chicken dinners in a row during Day 2, ending with 80 kill points, 130 placement points, and 211 total points. After commanding the first two days of the tournament, Day 3 was a walk in the park, but added one more chicken dinner just for good measure.

Bigetron Esports will receive $180,000 for their PMCO victory and will receive an additional $25,000 for their five chicken dinners during the 16 games of the finals, the most by any team in the tournament. Top Esports will receive $90,000 for their second-place finish and an additional $15,000 for their three chicken dinners, and Mega Esports will receive $45,000 for their third-place finish and $10,000 for their two chicken dinners.