The mobile gaming application, PUBG doesn’t really have a good reputation in India. So much so that many cities even banned people from playing it. But PUBG isn’t just a mobile game anymore. The PUBG fever has taken over the entire world and competitions are being held to find the ultimate ‘chicken dinner’ winner.
One such tournament was the South Asian regional finals of the ‘PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) Fall Split 2019’ that concluded on Sunday in Delhi. The regional finals of the biggest esport global event of 2019 saw 16 finalists battling it out to make it to the top. And the good news is that two Indian teams, ‘Entity Gaming’ and ‘SouL’ have made it to the finals.
Team SouL, secured the runners-up position. SouL finished behind Entity Gaming but both the finalists have qualified for the global finals where they will be competing against finalists from various regions around the globe.
After making it big in the regional finals, Naman Mathur aka MortaL of team SouL took to Facebook to share about their latest feat and declared that he will be donating the entire amount of his sharefrom the PMCO Fall Split regional finals to the Indian Army.
In a message to his fans, Naman thanked Delhiki janta for astounding support inside the stadium. He then went on to dedicate this feat to the Indian Army and announced all his share of the winning prize will go to them.
Here’s the complete message.
Team SouL is the only Indian team that has qualified for the world finals and will get a direct entry into the global finals scheduled from November 29 to December 1 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Well, probably it’s time parents let their kids make a career in professional gaming.