Why Indian teams SouL and Entity Gaming have a fair chance to win the PMCO Fall Split Global Finals
The Global Finals of PMCO Fall Split 2019 is around the corner and will be seeing two Indian teams including SouL and Entity Gaming competing with 14 other teams from across the globe for the prestigious title. The tournament will be taking place from 29th November to 1st December in Kuala Lumpur. Here's why both SouL and Entity Gaming hold a good chance of bringing home the title:
Rosters with veterans
Both Entity Gaming and SouL have players who have been around the competitive PUBG Mobile since ever since its inception. SouL's MortaL and Viper had won PMCO Spring Split 2019 India Championship and made it to the Global Finals in Berlin. They had faced an international competition during the Global Finals and PUBG Mobile Star Challenge. Similarly, Entity Gaming has seasoned players like GHATAK and JONATHAN.
Teams SouL and Entity Gaming have talked about their aggressive gameplay in various interviews. Both the teams are now concentration on playing it combative and rightly so, looking forward to garnering as many kills as possible. This strategy seemed to have worked really well for both SouL and Entity throughout the South Asia finals.
SouL qualified for the Global Finals without a single chicken dinner, securing 93 kills and Entity garnered 92 kills, emerging as teams with most kills in the tournament. This strategy will surely help the teams in case they end up getting eliminated at an earlier stage.
Rookies with high calibre
Entity Gaming and SouL have a dynamic roster that has a mix of seasoned players alongside new and skilful players. While SouL has veterans like MortaL and Viper teaming up with energetic players like ClutchGod and ReGaLToS, Entity has a similar combo of GHATAK, AMAN, JONATHAN and Neyooooo. An assorted line-up with varied styles of play can always prove advantageous when a team's goal is clear and these teams have earned that edge.
Team SouL and Entity Gaming are definitely two teams to watch out for at the PMCO Fall Split 2019 Global Finals.
Published 27 Nov 2019, 21:01 IST