PMCO News: 5 Best Performers in the Preludes
Published by Giselle
July 25, 2019 6:12 pm
In the PUBG Mobile Club Open Prelims, some of the best professional players from different regions have joined together to fight for a place in the next phase from head to toe. Some of the players played were exceptional and will be remembered for their achievements in this phase. Here is a list of the 5 best players from PMCO Prelims in Berlin, Germany.
#1 X-Quest Paraboy:
Paraboy from Team X-quest was the best all-round performer for his team at the PMCO Prelims in Berlin. He managed to get 37 kills in 12 games he played. Apart from that, he also caused 8495 damage to players from different teams. Paraboy was also the leader of the standings in Headshots, having 11 Headshots for enemy players.
#2 X-Quest Jimmy:
Another Chinese X-Quest player who played exceptionally well in the preliminaries was Jimmy. After his teammate Paraboy, he took second place in the murders because he managed to get a total of 25. While causing a lot of damage, he had six headshots that he delivered to other players in the tournament.
#3 Purple Mood Zooms:
Purple Mood’s zooms played an important role in bringing his team to first place in the PMCO Prelims. He secured 23 kills by inflicting a total of 4389 damage on the players in various games he played. In the Headshots, he finished second when he made 9 Headshots in the Prelims phase.
#4 Purple Mood Jazperr:
Jazperr was together with his teammates from Purple Mood, the most powerful team in the Prelims phase. They played very aggressively in the later phase of the tournament and got 4 chicken meals for themselves.
Jazperr managed to get 23 kills for himself in the kill number and caused a lot of damage to other players. He also helped his team get better ranking points when his teammates couldn’t survive.
#5 Top Esports Fire Show:
Fireshow from Team Top Esports was a player who took responsibility for his team to get into the top 5 in the PMCO Prelims. This team secured fourth place in the preliminary round as they were able to collect more ranking points in the last 3-4 games.
The fire show captured 23 kills and 5074 damage he inflicted on other players. Now he will play with his team in the PUBG Mobile Club Open Global Final from July 26th to 28th in Berlin.