The Bigetron Red Aliens (Bigetron RA) eSport team won the Grand Final of PMWL Season Zero 2020 East Region. (Doc. PUBG Mobile)

Indonesia was bringing proud news again at the Season Zero e-sports tournament in the eastern region of PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL). The team managed to bring home a prize of US $ 150,000 or around Rp. 2.2 billion.In this eastern world tournament, Bigetron RA successfully defeated 15 other teams from various countries in Asia. Prior to gaining success in the Asian arena, they have also won domestic and international tournaments.


One of Bigetron RA’s players, Zuxxy expressed his pride after winning the world championship for this eastern region. Moreover, his team won drastically. Having dropped points in the early days, they were able to catch up and win. “We also want to thank parents who have fully supported us all this time, starting from the PUBG Mobile Indonesia Championship champion, global champion and now champion in Asia,” he said through the official PUBG broadcast, Tuesday (11/8/2020).


The PMWL Season Zero Grand Final match was broadcast live streaming on PUBG Mobile Indonesia social media. In total, 24 rounds lasted in 4 days. The match was tough and competitive when determining the winner between the top 3 teams, namely Bigetron RA, Orange Rock, and RRQ Athena.


The persistence and consistency of playing the Bigetron RA team has paid off. Even though it only secured its position at number 6 in the last round, Bigetron RA’s points were no longer overtaken by other competitors.

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The Orange Rock team and also RRQ Athena, have to settle for being ranked 7th and 8th with 278 and 276 points. While Bigetron RA is firmly at the top of the final standings with 287 total points, 9 points different from Orange Rock and 11 points from RRQ Athena.


After this match, PUBG Mobile will again hold the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Season 2 tournament on August 14, 2020. In this tournament, 24 of Indonesia’s best teams will compete for the total prize pool of IDR 2.2 billion from the Prize Pool.


With Bigetron’s victory at the PMWL event, it will further strengthen Indonesia’s position in the eyes of the world and the glory of the Indonesian eSports team.

Reference:
kompas.com
bisnis.com

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