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PUBG Mobile: RSG crowned PMPL Season 3 MY/SG champions 

The third and final day of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL): Malaysia /Singapore Finals came to an end today. After an enthralling day in which teams battled it out for the championship, RSG emerged as the winners with 196 points and 92 kills. They took home the winner’s prize of $15,500.

Following them in second place was Geek Fam with 177 points and 77 kills, The team got the second-place prize of $10,400. Anti Circle finished in third place with 175 points and 82 kills and was awarded a total of $7,800.

RSG and Geek Fam also qualified for the upcoming PMPL: SEA Championship from the region. Dingox MPX had earlier qualified for the championship by finishing first during the regular season.

PMPL Season 3 MY/SG Finals overall standings:

PMPL Season 3 MY SG Finals overall standings
PMPL Season 3 MY SG Finals overall standings

The final day of the championship started with the first match being played on Sanhok. The victory in this match was secured by Dingoz MPX with 13 kills. Following them in second place was J8 Esports who added five kills to their tally. Revenge 2 Kill finished third in this match without any kills.

PMPL Season 3 MY/SG Finals overall standings
PMPL Season 3 MY/SG Finals overall standings

The second map was Miramar and the third round was played on Erangel. The chicken dinner was claimed by Geek Fam and Team SMG with 11 and six kills to their names respectively.

The fourth and fifth matches, played on Sanhok and Miramar, were won by J8 Esports and RS Malaysia adding 13 and 11 kills to their tally respectively.

The final match of the day and the tournament were secured by Anti Circle with 12 kills. The team thus climbed the leaderboards and clinched the third spot.

Kim was the MVP of PMPL Finals
Kim was the MVP of PMPL Finals

Kim from RSG won the Finals MVP award with 40 kills and 8773 damage. His average contribution to his team per match was 36.1%.

Alongside Kim, SniperMan and Eypu finished at the second and third spot with 34 and 29 kills respectively.

It would be intriguing to see how the qualified teams perform in the upcoming PMPL: SEA Championship. Considering teams such as Dingoz MPX and RSG are relative newcomers it would be interesting to see how they perform under pressure.

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Published 26 Apr 2021, 01:57 IST




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