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4Merical Vibes Claims Victory in PUBG Mobile Super League Held in Kathmandu

June 16, 2024
4Merical Vibes

4Merical Vibes (4MV) of Mongolia emerged victorious in the inaugural PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) – Central and South Asia Spring Tournament held in Kathmandu, Nepal. This win marks a historic moment for the region’s esports scene, attracting over 100 players from 14 countries to compete for a total prize pool of Rs. 60 lakhs.

The tournament featured a vibrant mix of teams, with participants and staff – including players, coaches, referees, and managers – hailing from Russia, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Spain, Belarus, and Bahrain. A total of 20 teams battled it out in the league stage that commenced on May 22nd.

4MV dominated the final stage, which ran from Thursday to Saturday evening, accumulating a staggering 195 points across 18 matches. Their consistent performance secured them the coveted first place and a hefty cash prize of $37,000 (approximately Rs. 45 lakhs).

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Individual accolades were also distributed, with DOK from the group bagging the titles of “Best Player” and “Gunslinger,” while Apex claimed the “Grenade Master” award. 4MV further bolstered their success by securing $7,000 (approximately Rs. 9.5 lakhs) for their first-place finish in the three-week-long league stage.

Fellow Mongolian team Falcon Force followed closely behind, securing the runner-up position and a prize of $22,000 (approximately Rs. 29 lakhs). Notably, both Mongolian teams were the only ones to achieve three “chicken dinners” (first-place finishes) in the final stage.

The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) team Madbulls, comprising players from Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, and Russia, secured a well-deserved third place. Mongolia’s IHC eSport rounded out the top four, earning themselves a coveted spot in the group stage of the upcoming PUBG Mobile World Cup 2024 held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The fifth-place finisher, CIS’s Rukh eSports, will have a shot at redemption by entering the survival stage of the World Cup. Their performance earned them a commendable $15,600 (approximately Rs. 19 lakhs).

Nepal also saw representation in the tournament with DRS Gaming and Hora eSports. DRS managed a commendable seventh-place finish, taking home $10,800 (approximately Rs. 13 lakhs), while Hora eSports secured thirteenth place with a prize of $7,700 (approximately Rs. 10 lakhs).

This first-ever PMSL tournament has undoubtedly marked a significant milestone for the growth of esports in Central and South Asia. The participation of international teams alongside local talents promises an exciting future for the region’s competitive gaming scene.

Yukesh Chaudhary

Yukesh Chaudhary is the CEO and Founder of Niriv, The parent company of The Ditible. He writes on sports news and trends, He has been writing sports news from 2021 and has been writing here.

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