Team SouL (aka Team SOUL) is now at the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge finals (PMSC), and one among the 16 teams at the event. At this point in time, the team from India became the cynosure of eyes during the recent PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) tournament in which the team members won a lot of hearts and some awards as well.
With Team SOUL looking set to be part for yet another finale of yet another international tournament, it remains to be seen if the team wins the coveted PMSC trophy that also offers a prize of $100,000 (Rs) for the first-placed team; by the way, there are cash rewards for all the 16 teams that take part in the final with variations in prize amount.
Another USP for Indian eSports enthusiasts to cheer about is the fact that Team IND is also amongst the 16 teams at the PMSC 2019 tournament representing India along with that of Team SOUL.
As far as the PMSC 2019 is concerned, it allows 16 gaming creators to collaborate with an equal number of professional PUBG gamers and compete in the PMSC finals. Now there are 16 teams, and the competition's livestream can be watched on YouTube. The streaming of this mini-series begins from 16 August with the grand finale taking place on 7 – 8 September in Taipei.
India’s hopes are again being carried by TeamIND and Team SOUL – both of who participated in the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019; the latter came out tops as far as truly winning hearts is concerned with the team’s player IG Mortal also bagging the PMCO Website fan favourite player of the tournament- thereby boosting the emerging eSports scene in India.
In this regard, wishes for Team SOUL have seemingly been consistent despite the team’s twelfth position finish at PMCO 2019; Twitterati have been holding high hopes and wishing that the members of Team SOUL never give up at the PMSC 2019: