PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Final Day 1 Updates: Round 1 Lead By Scarz, Round 2 By RRQ Athena, Team SOUL Eliminated Early


All the action of Day 1 of PMCO Finals in Berlin.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

The PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO 2019) finals have resulted in the team from Japan – Scarz walking away with the Chicken Dinner in Sanhok. Here, Team SOUL also entered Sanhok.  

All 16 teams entered Sanhok by 4:15 PM IST on 26 July; for early adapters, there are 16 teams and four games viz Sanhok, Miramar, Sanhok (Team-Up Show Match), Vikendi, and Erangel. The second round involves Miramar.  

In case you are an eSports/PUBG Mobile enthusiast, do click here to watch the official livestream. The prize money is $180000 for the numero-uno team, $90000 for the second-placed team, and $45000 for the team placed third in the competition.  

For India, Team SOUL despite putting up a brave show is dead in Round 2. The overall teams in round 2 had been 13, with 45 players left.  

Here, it is worth remembering Team SOUL’s visa was granted only in their second attempt – the first instance saw a rejection. There are a billion supporters behind Team SOUL at this point in time, but with SOUL eliminated in Round 2, there could be potential heartbreaks.  

On 26 July, there were four matches taking place. Check out prominent Twitter reactions concerning Team SOUL: 


After Round 2 on Day 1, RRQ Athena took away the chicken dinner. Finally, after all four rounds, Team SOUL was placed in a disappointing fourteenth place.

Also Read: Team SOUL At PMCO 2019 Carrying Indian Hopes, Check Out Other Teams  Posing A Challenge To India’s Quest For ESports Gold 

Also Read: PUBG Team SOUL’s Visa Finally In Their Hands For The 26 July Berlin Finals, Twitterati Cannot Contain Their Excitement To Potentially See India Lifting The Crown

Also Read: Indian Tigers Win Hearts On Day 2 Of PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Preliminaries, But Fall Short, Team SOUL Still Carrying Indian Expectations In 26 July Finals

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