PMCO Fall Split 2019 – 24 teams surface After Day 6, Root For India


PMCO Fall Split 2019 Day 6 of South Asia qualifiers has seen the rise of top 24 teams. Check these out now. Do continue rooting for India. Semi-finals soon.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The South Asia qualifiers, in which India is a part of, at the ongoing PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2019 has seen the likes of Orange Rock leapfrogging to the numero-uno position. This took place after the team grabbed as many as 4 chicken dinners and a total of 251 points. In this regard, it only becomes worth checking out the top 24 teams after the qualifying rounds on Day 6 of the tournament. Check out the list of these teams, below.  

List of 24 top teams after Day 6 of the PMCO Fall SPlit 2019 action

The top 24 teams after Day 6 of the South Asia qualifiers are, as per their respective rankings, are Orange Rock, MegaX, Xspark, SOLITSQUAD, 8bit, MegaStars,SynerGE Retribution, Maximus X, INS, Team SOUL, Blind, ORB Official, Elementrix, Entity Gaming, RiP Official, ReckoninG Esports, Zero Degree, ETG. Brawlers, Team IND, Mayhem, SynerGE, Nepali Ho ni, Godlike, and TrustD Process respectively. The results of Day 7, hence, hold significance as far as generating the top 24 qualifiers out of the existing 32 teams are concerned. Here, remember that there are 32 teams from India as of now. The top 24 get to qualify for the semi-finals, and the resultant qualifiers from these semi-finals would qualify for the global finals to be held in December 2019.  

Hence, if you are a PUBG Mobile loyalist, you could root for your favourite team from amongst the South Asia qualifiers now.  At this juncture, Team SOUL grabbed eyeballs with its recent performances at the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) and PUBG Mobile Star Challenge (PMSC ) events. If the team manages to qualify, then the resultant action would only be worth anticipating. For starters, the PMCO Fall Split 2019 is a global full series. More details could be checked out from here

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