Team SOUL’s Mortal Dedicates PMCO 2019 Victory To Indian Army


Mortal, from Team SOULhas, now pledged to donate his entire share of prize money winnings from the PMCO Fall Split 2019 to the Indian Army. Check out more.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Mortal, from Team SOUL, which is one amongst the top two teams having qualified for the PUBG Mobile club Open Fall Split 2019 grand finals, has now pledged to donate his entire share of prize money winnings from the event to the Indian Army. He has also dedicated the qualification, of Team SOUL, for the global finals, to the Indian Army. This is a noble gesture.

Mortal’s dedication 

Now, in a detailed Facebook post, Mortal stated that he is also proud to be representing India. Here, it is worth remembering that Entity Gaming has been crowned Indian champions in the PMCO Fall Split 2019 regional finals in the South Asia category. “Now the competition is gonna be even tougher. We'll again try our level best against top teams from around the globe. Proud to represent India. Also, I would like to dedicate our qualification into globals to the Indian Army and will be donating the entire amount of my share to the Indian Army.” stated Mortal in the Facebook post.  

At this point in time, Team SOUL acquired as many as 93 kills – even one more than Entity Gaming, but fell short on points to finish second overall in the PMCO Fall Split 2019 Fall Split regional finals. The global finals would take place in Kuala Lumpur from 29 November till 1 December. The event on 1 December would officially see the presence of rapper Badshah. Even global pop singer Henry Lau would also be appearing at the event.  

Here, Team SOUL has been India’s top Esports teams form a long time now. The team even captured global eyeballs during the recent PMCO and PMSC 2019 events – both of which were on international levels. Hence, SOUL now have a realistic chance of lifting the current PMCO Fall Split 2019 crown. 

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