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PMGC 2021 Finals: Overall Standings and Points Table

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The grand finals for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 are taking place from Jan. 21 to 23. Sixteen teams from around the world are competing for a share of the nearly $3.5 million prize pool and the title of world champions. 

The teams will play six matches per day across Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok, for a total of 18 matches, to determine the champions. Fans can tune into the competition on the official PUBG Mobile esports YouTube channel in 17 languages from 5am CT onwards each day. 

Related: Tencent on how integrity is being maintained at the PMGC 2021 grand finals

Here are the overall standings and the scoreboard per match of the PMGC 2021 grand finals. This article is being updated live.

Overall standings

Here are the overall standings after six matches.

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Scoreboard per match

Friday, Jan. 21 (Day one)

Match one: Erangel

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Match two: Miramar

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Match three: Sanhok

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Match four: Erangel

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Match five: Miramar

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Match six: Erangel

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Jankos lists 3 LEC teams who will almost certainly reign supreme next season

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In the eyes of Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski, three teams will be strongest in the coming 2022 LEC season.

In a recent stream, the jungler listed three teams he considers the most formidable contenders for the European throne next year. This was excluding Heretics, for whom Jankos will reportedly play in 2023. G2 Esports, KOI, and Team Vitality will be the teams to watch next season according to the Polish jungler.

“No particular order… G2, technically should be KOI, and maybe Vitality,” Jankos said.

When it comes to the last of the three teams, the Pole explained that it depends on “how they match as a team,” considering they have multiple nationalities in their squad, which could shake up communication.

As of now, none of the mentioned teams have confirmed their rosters for the upcoming seasons, but there are plenty of rumors regarding them. G2 is reportedly bringing in Steven “Hans Sama” Liv and Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle alongside Martin “Yike” Sundelin, who will fill in the jungle role.

KOI, on the other hand, will keep Rogue’s roster except for Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu, who is said to be joining Excel. When it comes to Vitality, however, the team reportedly acquired Matúš “Neon” Jakubčík and Norman “Kaiser” Kaiser, alongside Chinese jungler Zhou “Bo” Yang-Bo and T1 Challengers’ top laner Kyeong “Photon” Gyu-tae.

The 2023 LEC season will kick off sometime in January with the inauguration of the 2023 LEC Winter Season, which will be the first of the three splits in the revamped format.

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Alpha7 dominate their way into PMGC Finals, heartbreak for Bacon Time

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The PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022 League Stage has ended with the Last Chance wrapping up on Dec. 4. The Last Chance was quite literally the final place for the teams to book their slots in the PMGC Grand Finals.

For teams like Alpha7 Esports and Vampire Esports, it was domination, while the two-day last-chance qualifier spelt heartbreak in the camps of Bacon Time and HVVP.

Last Chance Overall Rankings

 

Brazil’s Alpha7 Esports are way ahead of the competition

Brazil hasn’t traditionally been a strong region for PUBG Mobile esports – especially against Asian teams. However, Alpha7 Esports has been proving the naysayers wrong in 2022. Firstly, the team placed second in the PMWI earlier this year.

Now, they absolutely dominated in the PMGC League Stage’s Last Chance to become one of the favorites going into the PMGC Grand Finals.

Consistency was the name of the game for Alpha7. From the 12 matches, the Brazilian squad got seven top-five finishes, three of which were chicken dinners. To put their domination into numbers, they finished with 163 total points, a whopping 44 points ahead of second-placed Vampire Esports.

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Cloud9 reportedly looking to replace one CS:GO player

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Cloud9 is reportedly poised to make a major change to its CS:GO roster.

The squad is aiming to replace Timofey “interz” Yakushin, according to a report from HLTV today. The information was first made public by CIS leaker Alexey “OverDrive” Birukov and is said to be confirmed by multiple HLTV sources.

The American organization is yet to confirm the change, but it reportedly has a few players in mind that could replace interz. Igor “Forester” Bezotecheskiy, Sanjar “SANJI” Kuliev, and Timur “buster” Tulepov are all candidates.

The former is currently playing under Entropiq’s banner, though he was put on a transfer list on Oct. 13. When it comes to SANJI and buster, the duo have been sitting on Virtus Pro’s bench after being sidelined in October, and May, respectively. Virtus Pro roster isn’t likely to make any changes since the team, playing under the name of Outsiders, recently claimed the IEM Rio Major tile.

If the interz change comes to fruition, it would be the first shift in the lineup since July 2020, when Abay “HObbit” was added to the roster. Since then, the squad played under Gambit Youngsters, Gambit, Players, and most recently, Cloud9.

C9 didn’t find much success in the second half of the 2022 season. They reached the semifinals at the ESL Pro League Season 16 but were defeated in the Rio Major’s quarterfinals. In the first half, they won IEM Dallas 2022 but fell short in PGL Antwerp Major and other significant events.

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