PMCO Fall Split 2019 Global Finals: Top 5 teams to watch out for
The Global Finals of PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split 2019 is around the corner and will see sixteen teams battling it out to bag the prestigious title. The tournament is set to take place at Kuala Lumpur between 29th November and 1st December, spread across three days. Here's a list of the top five teams to keep an eye out for at the Global Finals:
RRQ Athena is a professional PUBG Mobile team based in Thailand. The team will be competing at the Global Finals as champions of the Southeast Asia Finals. RRQ Athena's greatest strength is its consistent gameplay.
All that RRQ Athena have been relying on is kills and that seems to have worked well for the side. A strong attacker line up and aggressive gameplay have always been the team's plan and their run at PMCO 2019 proved it.
SouL is a professional PUBG Mobile team based in India and will be competing at the Global Finals as one of the South Asian qualifiers. SouL's greatest strength at the moment is their new-found aggression. The team is now focussing solely on garnering as many kills as possible.SouL cleverly plans its team rotations right when it's necessary and that has been hep the team to carry itself to the wag end of the game, many-a-times These strategies have worked really well for the team and its run at the South Asian Finals is a proof for it.
Bigetron RA is an Indonesian PUBG Mobile team Esports team that will take part in the Global Finals as one of the qualifiers from the Global Prelims. The team is a dynamic combination of players with commendable individual strength. The biggest strength of this team, however, is that the team's players pair their aggressive gameplay with an ability and willingness to take every fight without backing off.
Cloud 9 is one of the biggest Esports organizations in the world and they set their foot on PUBG Mobile in 2018. The team will be participating at the Global Finals as North America's qualifier.
Cloud 9 has noteworthy assaulters including Terron "Perkisas" Nguyen in its roster and their aggressive gameplay brings enough kill points for the team to fair well. More importantly, the team has a commendable decision-making in terms of deciding which fight to pick. This has been saving the team from facing early eliminations and has helped them throughout the tournament
Entity Gaming is an Indian PUBG Mobile Esports team and will be participating at the Global Finals as the champions of South Asia. The team's biggest strength is its dynamic and seasoned line-up with players like GHATAK and JONATHAN who are capable of winning almost any fight.
Just like SouL, Entity Gaming has mentioned about playing it combative, looking forward to garnering as many kills as possible. An assorted line-up with varied styles of play could give this team an edge over the rest.