One of most prestigious tournament of PUBG Mobile in China, Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4 came to an end today with Six Two Eight (STE) claiming the top spot and defeating other equally remarkable teams.
PUBG Mobile is dubbed as Game for Peace in China and from 2019, Tencent is hosting Peacekeeper Elite League as the highest level of professional PUBG league in China. The fourth season of PEL took place for over a month where viewers got to see some nail biting moments between the sixteen teams who had qualified for the finals. Six Two Eight defeated the league champions Weibo Gaming to take the finale prize of $386,390. Here are the overall standings of different teams at Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4
Peacekeeper Elite League Season 4: Overall Standings
The table toppers Six Two Eight scored a massive 227 points to become the champions of the grand finals. Their performance was filled with ups and downs as they didn’t have a great start at the tournament. Nevertheless, they were able to make it up by winning two back to back matches at the first day of finals. The concluding day also saw this team grabbing two chicken dinners.
The Chosen were able to climb up to the second position with a total of 224 points. This team played equally well, however, their low placement points kept this team hanging at the second position. Claiming the second position, The Chosen won the cash prize of $142,354 from the championship. At the third place stood LGD Gaming who struggled to make 200 points on board, the team looked quite confident at the middle of the finals, however, their points decreased as the last day of finals came forward.
NOVA Esports (China) who were the champions of PUBG Moble Global Championship 2020 didn’t have much luck at this tournament as they were placed at the sixth position which was quite unexpected from a fan favourite team consisting of players such as Paraboy. Nova Esports had won the previous season of PEL, in addition to that, their PMGC points helped them to win a slot at PMGC 2021 along with Team Six Two Eight
Cash prizes were also provided to the MVP and Rookie of the season. The former award was won by Suk belonging to Team Six Two Eight. Suk was awarded with a prize of $31,287. ‘770’ from Da Kun Gaming was awarded with Rookie of the season and was given a cash prize of $15,643.
In the race towards PMGC 2021, a total of 3 teams- Tong Jia Bao Esports, Nova Esports and STE have qualified from China. These teams will be competing with 17 other teams at PMGC League: East. PMGC 2021 will kick start from 30th November.