PMPL Indonesia Finals - Bigetron Claim Top Spot as Fine Margins Continue to Separate Teams

Shounak Sengupta
4/Apr/2020 04:43 pm

Cover, thumbnail and images via @PUBG Mobile Indonesia

  • Day 2 concludes with Bigetron finishing on top.
  • Competition for third place heats up with 7+ teams in contention.
  • Day 3 will be the final day of the competition with last 6 maps determining the fate of the 16 teams. 

The PMPL Indonesia finals is turning out to be a very close tournament with some of the closest margins separating the top teams. While favorites, Bigetron Esports managed to climb to the first position at the end of day 2, their performance certainly hasn’t been as dominating as the league stage. 

[Also read: Bigetron Win PMPL Indonesia League Stage with over 400 point margin]

One of the big surprises of the finals was the lowest seeded team, The Pillars Slayer, who have suddenly upped their game and are in second place. The team were leading the charts at the end of day 1 but couldn’t keep up the pace with BTR, who managed two WWCDs today. Another team who had a good run, were Morph Team, the only ones to have beaten Bigetron in a LAN in recent times, as the squad finished in the top 4 in four out of six games, including one chicken dinner. 

[Also read: Day 1 Recap]

Small Margins Separate Teams as Competition Poised for a Thrilling Finish

While BTR have established an 8 point gap at the top, the fight for third place seems rather intense at the moment. Almost 7, if not 8 or 9 teams could take away Morph’s third place spot if they are to have a good run on day 2. The top 3 teams in the finals will be moving onto the SEA Finals, with the team who wins PMPL Indonesia, getting a guaranteed slot in PMWL East.

The third and final day of the competition will feature the last 6 maps of the competition and determine which three teams advance and which teams are eliminated. Keep following AFK Gaming for all the action, updates and news from the tournament. 


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