Malaysia’s Team Secret wins PUBG Mobile Pro League SEA Championship Season 4, nabs over RM128,000 in cash prize


Team Secret emerged victorious at the PUBG Mobile Pro League South East Asia championship Season 4. — Mineski Malaysia

Malaysian eSports squad Team Secret has emerged triumphant at the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile Pro League South East Asia Championship Season 4, taking home a cash prize of US$30,800 (RM128,251).

Team Secret earned 202 points and bested rivals including Bigetron RA from Indonesia (second place with 164 points, earning US$20,400/RM84,945) and Thailand’s FaZe Clan (third place with 145 points, US$15,200/RM63,292).

Other Malaysian teams 4Rivals, GeekFam and Axis RedOne, all finished in the top 10. These teams earned US$12,200 (RM50,00), US$8,400 (RM34,977) and US$6,200 (RM25,816) respectively.

Team Secret and 4Rivals will be representing Malaysia in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC), which is scheduled to run from Nov 30 to Jan 23, 2022. The competition for top PUBG Mobile teams from around the world features a prize pool of US$6mil (RM24mil), which is the largest in the history of competitive PUBG Mobile.

Team Secret members are Raymond “IShotz” Tan, Aekachai “MADTOI” Areesanan, Ahmad Fuad “Fredo” Razali, Muhammad Izzrudin “Jumper” Hashim, Muhammad Danish “KiD” Yusniza and Jay “Y2K” Lim. In a post on Facebook, the team dedicated its win to the fans, thanking them for their support.

The PUBG Mobile Pro League South East Asia Championship Season 4 grand final Day 3 on Nov 7 was broadcast on YouTube, where it garnered more than 1.3 million views.

Recently, PUBG Mobile has been announced as a medal event for the 19th Asian Games which will be taking place in Hangzhou, China next year.

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