The fifth and final day of the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Spring Split 2021 Finals Nepal came to an end today. After an exhilarating day filled with action and thrill, Carnage Esports, the team dominating the Nepalese PMCO since the Group Stages, emerged as champions. The top three teams qualify for the PUBG Mobile Pro League: South Asia scheduled to be held later this split.
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Carnage Esports, who showed fantastic skill and game sense throughout the tournament, secured five chicken dinners in 20 matches played in the Grand Finals. The team secured a total of 112 kills and 259 points. The runner-up of the tournament, PN Crew, also put on consistent performances, bagging a total of 95 kills and 202 points. The third place in the tournament went to GRxHighVoltage who secured 74 frags and 181 points under their belt.
PMCO Spring Split Finals 2021 Day 5 Match Summary:
The first game of the fifth day was played on Erangel. The veteran Nepalese team Elementrix secured a chicken dinner in this match with a total of eight kills. Following them in second place was Team Cops with seven frags. PWP Esports finished third with 11 kills to their name.
The second and third matches played on Sanhok and Miramar were won by Trust D Process and Elementrix with six and 11 kills to their name respectively. Going into the final match, Elementrix, who were not performing to their full potential until the start of the day, had a new spark of life and climbed up the leaderboards to the 4th position placing themselves as the contenders for the top three spots.
The fifth and final map of the day and the tournament, played on Erangel, was won again by Trust D Process with eight kills to their name. Following them in second place was Ruthless Aggressive Warriors with 12 frags. VIBES Esports finished third with a total of nine frags to their name.
The match proved to be a heartbreak for Team Elementrix who had an outside chance of qualification in the PMPL: South Asia. They fell short in the final match, getting eliminated early with only a single However, GRxHighVoltage managed to hold onto their third spot by finishing 4th in the match.
Teams Qualified for the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Season 3
1. Carnage Esports
2. PN Crew
3. GRxHigh Voltage
These teams will join the teams qualified and invited from other regions of the South Asian belt (Pakistan, Bangladesh SA: Wildcard) to compete in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Pro League Season 3: South Asia.
Prizepool distribution of the PMCO Spring Split Nepal:
1st Place(Winner): $3,900- Carnage Esports
2nd Place(1st Runners-Up): $2,300- PN Crew
3rd Place(2nd Runner-Up): $1,900- GRxHighVoltage
4th Place: $1,600- Elementrix
5th Place: $1,450- Ruthless Aggressive Warriors
6th Place: $1,400- JyanMaara
7th Place: $1,350- VIBES Esports
8th Place: $1,300- Team Cops
9th Place: $1,250- Trust D Process
10th Place: $1,200- PWP Esports
11th Place: $1,150- Dream Hackers
12th Place: $1,150- IEkta Esports
13th Place: $1,150-KWIN Esports
14th Place: $1,100- Hype
15th Place: $1,100-Harame
16th Place: $1,100- H20 Esports