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PMCO Fall Split 2019: Could SouL have performed better in the Global Finals?

Rabia
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02 Dec 2019, 16:39 IST

SouL in PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019.
SouL in PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019.

Bigetron RA became the champions of the PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019. A total of 16 teams fought against each other for the title and a piece of the total prize pool of $ 500,000. The Global Finals were held in Malaysia that commenced on 29th November, and the duration of the Finals was three days.

Also Read: PMCO Global Finals 2019: Day 3 Overall Standings; Bigetron RA lifts the trophy; Entity Gaming finishes in top 5

SouL was one of the two teams that were representing India in PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019. They qualified for the PMCO Global Finals for the second time and finished in 12th with 102 points and one chicken dinner. They got a direct entry after gaining the second spot in the PMCO Fall Split South Asia Finals 2019.

They performed exceptionally well in some of the Global Finals games but in the other games, their tactics didn't work very well. They got wiped out in some of the games because of some basic mistakes.


SouL Performance in PMCO Global Finals 2019

Here is the performance analysis on SouL in PMCO Fall Split Global Finals 2019:

Day 1

SouL started their usual rotation in their first match and after some time into the game, they faced EGC KR Black and MortaL was knocked out. ReGaLToS held the opposition, but since the team was split into two, he couldn't do much. After that, ReGaLToS was also picked off by EGC KR Black. Had SouL been together, then maybe they would have been safer.

They changed their strategy in the Vikendi map and held a compound together. Team Queso tried to rush on SouL but VipeR and ReGaLToS kept them away with grenades, forcing Team Queso to go back. This became the turning point of the game and no team could rush on SouL since they were all together. SouL ended up having a chicken dinner after an intense heal battle. They finished 11th at the end of Day1.

Day 2

They started on Day 2 with the same strategy and thus lost two players at an early stage. MEGA Esports rushed on them in one of the games but SouL became too passive to stop them. MortaL threw a grenade on MEGA Esports that knocked two players of their players. But instead of rushing on MEGA Esports together, they came one by one. That helped MEGA Esports to counter their attack. VipeR was the only player left from SouL but he was knocked out by MEGA Esports while he was reloading the gun. SouL finished at the 13th spot after the end of Day 2.

Day 3

SouL got caught in sandwich positions several times in the finals. MortaL played exceptionally well as he knocked two players of Team Queso who then fought back and knocked ReGaLToS down but ClutchGod saved him by giving cover fire. SouL was quite unfortunate as Bigetron RA rushed on them from behind while they were still fighting Team Queso that wiped the whole SouL squad. In the next game, SouL faced a sandwich situation between MEGA Esports and Kurd Squad and was knocked out again. In the last match, their journey came to an end after Unique Gaming rushed on them.  SouL finished at the #12 spot by taking some early kills in the last game of the tournament.

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SouL was a bit unlucky in the finals but they took some amazing kills and here are the kill stats of the players:

MortaL

  • Kills: 10
  • Damage: 3025
  • Headshots: 1

VipeR

  • Kills: 4
  • Damage: 1684
  • Headshots: 1

ReGaLToS

  • Kills: 6
  • Damage: 2551
  • Headshots: 2

ClutchGod

  • Kills: 17
  • Damage: 4934
  • Headshots: 5

Also Read: PMCO Global Finals 2019: Highlights and Summary; Bigetron RA wins PMCO Global Finals 2019, Entity Gaming at #5



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