Bapak Ah Esports Win PMPL MYSG League Stage, Yoodo Gank and Team Secret Finish in Top Three

Shounak Sengupta
5/Apr/2020 02:50 pm

Cover, thumbnail and images via @PUBG Mobile Malaysia

  • Bapak Ah Esports, Yoodo Gank and Team Secret finish in top 3 of PMPL MYSG League
  • All 4 Singaporean teams eliminated from the competition

Bapak Ah Esports took the win in PMPL Malaysia+Singapore in a close affair with just 2 points separating them from Yoodo Gank. Despite there being 3 weeks of action and 108 maps being played out, the gap at the top was near non-existent. Team Secret also had the chance to top the table on the final day, but ultimately had to settle for third place. 

Singapore Teams Eliminated

While the competition may be called PMPL Malaysia + Singapore, no teams from Singapore will be in the finals. The 4 teams who were in the league, did not place in the top 16 and have been eliminated from the competition. They are Impunity Kage, Steel Hearts Esports, Team H2O and Divinity Esports.

Team Secret's UHIGH was adjudged the MVP of the league stage

Yoodo Gank Change the Plan on the Final Day 

The final day of the competition was all set for Team Secret to take the top spot as they needed a couple of good performances to take the top spot. However, Yoodo Gank had other ideas as the team won 3 of the 6 games and climbed up to second spot, not only overtaking Team Secret, but showing that they are still a top Malaysian team. 

Yoodo Gank's Final Day Heroics saw the team climb to second place

The other notable names who play in the final stage include Bigetron AROV, Resurgence, EVOS VIP and Geek Fam. Of course, we all know that the league stage means very little in the finals as all teams start with a clean slate. The exact date of the finals is not known as the currently ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has put a halt to many plans. But what we do know is that the top 3 teams from the finals will be advancing to the SEA Finals, with the winning team getting a guaranteed slot in the World League. 


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