One of PUBG Mobile’s most prestigious tournaments in China, Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4 ended today with Six Two Eight (STE) taking the top spot and beating other equally strong teams.
PUBG Mobile was dubbed the Game for Peace in China and from 2019, Tencent will host the Peacekeeper Elite League as the top-level professional PUBG tournament in China. PEL’s fourth season has been going on for over a month, where viewers got to witness some nail-biting moments between the sixteen teams that made it to the finals. Six Two Eight defeated tournament champion Weibo Gaming to claim the final prize pool of $386,390. Here are the overall standings of the different teams at Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4
Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4: Overall standings
The group leader of Six Two Eight scored 227 points to become the champion of the grand final. Their form is full of ups and downs as they haven’t had a great start to the tournament. However, they were able to make it up by winning two head-to-head matches on the first day of the finals. The closing day also saw this team grab two chicken dinners.
The chosen one climbed to second place with a total of 224 points. This team performed equally well, however, the low ranking points made this team fall in second place. Claiming second place, The Chosen claimed a $142,354 cash prize from the championship. In 3rd place is LGD Gaming, the team struggled to get 200 points on the board, the team looked pretty confident in the middle of the finals, however, their score dwindled on the final day of the match. the final takes place.
NOVA Esports (China) who was the champion of PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 did not have much luck in this match Tournaments when they were placed in sixth, quite a surprise from a fan-favorite team that includes players like Paraboy. Nova Esports won the PEL last season, plus their PMGC score earned them a spot at PMGC 2021 alongside Team Six Two Eight
Cash prizes are also given to the MVP and Rookie of the Season. The award was previously won by Suk of Team Six Two Eight. Suk was awarded a prize of $31,287. ‘770’ from Da Kun Gaming was awarded Rookie of the Season and was awarded a $15,643 cash prize.
In the race towards PMGC In 2021, a total of 3 teams – Tong Jia Bao Esports, Nova Esports and STE have qualified from China. These teams will compete against 17 other teams in PMGC League: East. PMGC 2021 will start from November 30.
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