Team Secret is a big name in the DOTA 2 scene with numerous podium finishes at top tournaments. However, their PUBG Mobile squad hadn’t been able to replicate such success, till now. While they did qualify for PUBG Mobile World League, they couldn’t make most out of it. However, things are taking a good turn for the men in white and black. Team Secret won the league stage of PUBG Mobile Pro League MY/SG Season 2 and are now in the running to defend their cup in the finals, which will take place from 25th to 27th September. They have also secured themselves a guaranteed slot in the PMPL SEA Season 2 finals.
Team Secret Dominate PMPL MY/SG Season 2
Biubiu and his teammates put up a stellar display of skill as they outclassed every other team in the tournament by a long shot. They secured the most chicken dinners, placement points, and kills compared to any other team in the league. This pitch-perfect performance saw them garner 760 points to sit comfortably at the top of the table.
The second-place team, J8 Esports, were a whopping 133 points behind them and came in with an overall score of 627 points. The team that came third, Axis NRL MPX, got an overall 617 points with 316 placement points and 301 kills. Fan favourites Yoodo Gank, who had three consecutive chicken dinners at the PUBG Mobile World League East, unfortunately, slipped two places and ended up finishing in the 9th spot with 549 points.
J8 Esports is a recently formed roster which, after finishing second in the League stage, showed the two countries why they are a formidable and worthy team. J8 Esports managed to pick up 8 chicken dinners out of which four came from Sanhok itself. Their playstyle was notably aggressive and they acquired an astonishing 318 kills that aided their already high 309 placement points.
The PUBG Mobile Pro League MY/SG Season 2 has a massive prize pool of 150,000 USD. Each team played 64 matches. The top 16 teams have made it to the PMPL MY/SG season two finals. The tournament will now return on September 25th for the finals which will give the top teams other than Team Secret a fighting chance to secure a spot at the PUBG Mobile Pro League SEA Finals after which they will have a shot at qualifying for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020.