PMCO Fall SEA League comes to an end; Team Secret eliminated while Bigetron, Illuminate and MEGA.Conqueror dominate

Shounak Sengupta
13/Oct/2019 03:17 pm

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  • PMCO Fall SEA League comes to and end
  • Bigetron, Illuminate and MEGA.Conqueror finish in top 3 and are guaranteed spots in the PMCO Prelims
  • YooDoo Gank becomes the first team to qualify for the PMCO Fall Split

The PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split, SEA League came to an end after 4 grueling weeks with 16 of the top 24 teams moving onto the Championship Stage. Bigetron were the big winners of the league , finishing over a 100 points above the rest of the teams at the top. Illuminate’s dominating performance in week 4, saw them leapfrog MEGA.Conqueror to take second position. 

RRQ Athena, FFQ Mobile, EVOS Esports and Purple Mood Esports all finished in the top 10. Orange Esports and BOOM ID struggled in the league but managed to finish in the top 16 and will move onto the next stage as well. Team Secret, who played in the PMCO Wildcard qualifiers last season have been eliminated from the competition. Since Malaysia have a direct slot at the PMCO Fall Split, team YooDoo Gank will be the representatives, as they were the highest placing Malaysian team.

Because of their top 3 finish, Bigetron, Illuminate and MEGA.Conqueror are guaranteed to start in the Prelims of the Fall Finale, but can get a direct slot at main event by securing top 2 at the SEA Championship LAN. In that case, the next highest ranked teams will be given the Prelims spot/s. 

The 16 teams who will be playing in the PMCO Fall SEA Championship are as follows:




RRQ Atheba

FFQ Mobile

EVOS Esports

Purple Mood Esports

BOX Gaming

Reaperkiller Esports

NFT Esports


YooDoo Gank


Orange Esports.CG

Victorious in Play

The SEA Fall Championship will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of November at the Samyan Mitrtown in Bangkok, Thailand to determine which 5 teams will represent SEA at the PMCO Fall Split (2 in the main event and 3 more in the Prelims). 


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Shounak has been one of AFK Gaming’s longest-serving esports journalists. From Dota, to Counter Strike and now Mobile Titles, you can rely on him to bring you the latest scoop and news from the world of esports.