Reject emerged as champions of PUBG Mobile Global Open Brazil (PMGO) 2024

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The Main Event of the 2024 PUBG Mobile Global Open Brazil (PMGO) concluded, signifying the end of one of the most awaited PUBG Mobile esports tournaments of the year and the introduction of an open event format. Across three thrilling days, spanning from April 5th to 7th, São Paulo, Brazil, emerged as the focal point of PUBG Mobile Esports, witnessing Reject emerge as the champions of PMGO 2024 and claim a substantial share of the $500,000 prize pool.

Reject emerges as surprise champions in PMGO 2024 main event

The culmination of the matches served as a testament to the prowess, strategic acumen, and unwavering resolve of the most skilled teams worldwide. Within the vibrant atmosphere of ARCA in São Paulo, spectators experienced an electric ambiance, as the fervor and zeal of fans spurred competitors to deliver their utmost performance.

PMGO 2024 champions Reject
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Over the course of the final three days of intense PUBG MOBILE Esports action, a display of top-tier talent unfolded, punctuated by unexpected triumphs from underdog teams. The opening day of the PMGO Main Event witnessed Alpha 7 Esports from Brazil dominating the leaderboard with a remarkable 20-point lead over second-placed IHC Esports, the reigning PUBG MOBILE Global Champions (PMGC) of 2023.

However, the competitive landscape remained unpredictable, as Alpha 7 Esports found themselves on equal footing with S2G Esports by the end of day two, trailing new frontrunners Reject by 12 points following a stellar performance by the Japanese squad. Concurrently, IW NRX, BOOM Esports, and IHC Esports vied fiercely for supremacy in the mid-table rankings.

Reject crowned champions despite Alpha 7 esports’ challenge in PMGO 2024 finals

On the final day of the Main Event, the competition remained intense, showcasing remarkable maneuvers and gripping moments from participating teams. BOOM Esports and Dplus applied relentless pressure on the frontrunners, Reject, during the second match, resulting in a thrilling three-way confrontation.

Demonstrating remarkable precision, Ponbit from BOOM Esports halted Reject’s advance, securing their team’s second victory. As match 16 concluded, IHC Esports demonstrated resilience by surging up the rankings with a tournament-high 20 eliminations, reclaiming the fifth position before the remaining two games. Despite a series of daring moves that constantly reshaped the standings, Reject maintained their lead with 156 points going into the final game.

On the final day of the Main Event, the competition remained intense, showcasing remarkable maneuvers and gripping moments from participating teams. BOOM Esports and Dplus applied relentless pressure on the frontrunners, Reject, during the second match, resulting in a thrilling three-way confrontation. Demonstrating remarkable precision, Ponbit from BOOM Esports halted Reject’s advance, securing their team’s second victory.

PMGO 2024 champions MAIN EVENT RESULT
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PUBG Mobile esports ignites 2024 with PMGO and PMSL expansion

From the Open Qualifiers to the Offline Qualifier rounds and the fiercely competitive Prelims, each stage of the PMGO tournament served as a platform for showcasing both burgeoning talent and established powerhouse teams in the realm of PUBG Mobile Esports. Throughout the journey to the Main Events, memorable matches and moments underscored the global scope of the competition and the remarkable skill level within the PUBG Mobile community.

PMGO initiated an electrifying year for enthusiasts of PUBG Mobile Esports. With the game emerging as the most-watched Battle Royale Esports title in 2023, fans can anticipate larger and more thrilling tournaments in the coming months. Following the triumph of the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) in Southeast Asia earlier in the year, PUBG Mobile Esports expanded the PMSL to EMEA, CSA, and the Americas, bringing the excitement closer to fans and providing teams with opportunities to demonstrate their prowess on home ground.

The inaugural PUBG Mobile World Cup (PMWC) is scheduled to occur in Riyadh as part of the Esports World Cup. The victory secured by Reject in this year’s PMGO has secured an additional slot for East Asia at the PMWC, thereby affording their region greater chances to excel on the global stage. Wrapping up this year’s competitive season, the 2024 PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) finals will be held in the United Kingdom, promising an unforgettable showdown as teams vie for a portion of the $3,000,000 prize pool.

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