Biggest mobile esports in Southeast Asia with the best AR technology in the history of esports event
The biggest mobile esports tournament in Southeast Asia, PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) Southeast Asia Season 3, just ended last week, crowning esports team, The Infinity, from Thailand which just recently formed in February 2021 as champion. With 239 total points and 4 Chicken dinner, the team fronted by NEar, Logan, GodTunny, and nOOzy are entitled to the grand prize of $30,000 USD and a direct ticket to compete in the PMPL Season 4.
Malaysia has sent their 3 best teams for this season, RSG Malaysia, Geek Fam MY, and Dingoz MPX. However, the teams only managed to secure up to 13th rank in the competition by Geek Fam MY with 99 points in total. Meanwhile, RSG Malaysia, previous champion of PMPL MY/SG Season 3, came in 14th position with 85 total points and 1 Chicken Dinner, while Dingoz MPX came last with 83 total points. The top 16 teams from all over Southeast Asia fought for 18 rounds, starting from 21 May up to 23 May 2021 to seize their esports glory and to earn their slice of a $150,000 USD prize pool.
The Grand Final of PMPL SEA Season 3 was broadcasted LIVE on PUBG MOBILE Malaysia Youtube channel and PUBG MOBILE Esports Malaysia Facebook channel. The Live session has reached more than 1 million viewers on the final day. To celebrate this massive success, players and PUBG MOBILE fans can claim a PMPL S3 T-shirt of the game. The live session was also broadcasted in 6 Southeast Asian regions with 6 different languages, where each region has a host, commentators, and local guests.
PUBG MOBILE is dedicated to providing a new viewing experience to audiences using Zero Density, a new major breakthrough technology in esports events. Density is one of the best virtual AR engines in the world and uses Unreal Engine4 in its core. It can restore lights, materials and more in the real time virtual scene and use a combination of animation and game technology in the 3D production of the scene. In the background, PMPL league uses a landmark city concept to create a multi-dimensional city concept, including the Malaysian Twin Towers and the Indonesian National Independence Monument, the big swing in Bangkok, Thailand, and the financial tower in Vietnam were integrated in the same space.
Malaysia was represented by MK K-Clique with Yoodo MANParang as well as other representatives from four (4) other countries: Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam. “We lost with just 2 points from our opponent. I must say that G9 is truly unbeatable”, said MK K-Clique, who was frustrated with the results.
One of The Infinity players, Sikarin “nOOzy” Nopparat managed to win the ‘Final Most Valuable Player’ title with a total 56 kill, 9997 damage, an average survival time of 373 minutes and 29 seconds and obtaining 4 Chicken Dinner during the competition. For his achievement, NOOzy received a cash prize of $6,000 USD.
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