PUBG Mobile Club Open Finals 2019 Day 1 Highlights: X-Quest tops the leaderboard

The top three teams of day 1 in overall standings at the PMCO 2019 finals are X-Quest, Top Esports and RRQ Athena

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  • 21:27 (IST)

    Overall standing for day 1

    Here's the total points of the remaining teams:

  • 21:26 (IST)

    Overall standing for day 1

    The first day of PMCO 2019 is over. Here's the overall points gained by the teams:

    1. X-Quest - 112 points
    2. Top Esports - 89 points
    3. RRQ Athena - 88 points

  • 21:22 (IST)

    Final match of the day done

    X-Quest from China wins the Chicken Dinner in Game 5 that was played on Erangel.

  • 20:54 (IST)

    Game 5 starts on Erangel

    The final match of the day has begun. 

  • 20:32 (IST)

    Winning prediction for now

    According to an ongoing poll running on Twitter using hashtags, about 70 percent want Team Soul from India to win. 

  • 20:22 (IST)

    GC Busan wins Game 4

    The fourth game on Vikendi is over and GC Busan from South Korea are the winners.

  • 19:50 (IST)

    Game 4 at Vikendi kicks off

    The teams are back battling it out against each other in the snow map Vikendi.

  • 18:50 (IST)

    Game 3 of the day begins

    The third game is a Team Up show-match at Sanhok where celebrities, professionals, and a few fans from the audience will be teaming up for the match.

  • 18:20 (IST)

    Top 5 teams until now

    After two rounds, here's how the top five teams stand.

    1. RRQ Athena - 51 points
    2. Elite Gaming - 49 points
    3. X-Quest - 42 points
    4. Bigetron Esports - 41 points
    5. SCARZ Black - 40 points.

  • 17:46 (IST)

    RRQ Athena wins on Miramar

    The second round at PMCO 2019 just finished and RRG Athena from Thailand takes the Chicken Dinner.

  • 17:17 (IST)

    Round 2 begins!

    The next round has started, this time in the Miramar map.

  • 16:57 (IST)

    Game 1 at PMCO 2019 done

    SCARZ Black from Japan has managed to take away the Chicken Dinner in Sanhok.

  • 16:11 (IST)

    Sanhok is live!

    All the 16 teams have landed on Sanhok for the first match of Day 1.

  • 15:54 (IST)

    First map - Sanhok

    Folks who want to watch the matches can tune into the livestreams on PUBG Mobile Esports' YouTube channel, being broadcast in several languages including English and Hindi.

  • 15:49 (IST)

    Team Soul arrives

    Representing India, Team Soul has entered the arena!

  • 15:43 (IST)

    Teams are here

    All the participating 16 teams are being introduced and brought in the arena.

  • 15:39 (IST)

    Alan Walker is on stage

    Recently, Alan Walker and A$AP Rocky collaborated with PUBG Mobile to release a single called 'Live Fast'. Walker is on stage performing it live at PMCO 2019.

  • 15:29 (IST)

    PMCO 2019 is live!

    The livestream of PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 has begun. We are getting a quick look into the journey of all the teams to the final. The first match will be on the Sanhok map and it will start at 3.50 pm. Stay tuned!

After several qualifiers, day 1 of the finals of PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 (PMCO 2019) wrapped up. Throughout the tournament, we will witness 16 teams battling it out against each other in PUBG Mobile to compete for the $180,000 winning prize.

PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019.

PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019.

Four games will be played across four different maps including Sanhok, Miramar, Vikendi and Erangel. Teams will be accumulating points through damage, kills, and revives along with the maximum points for the winning team of that particular map. Team Soul (that includes popular PUBG Mobile streamer Mortal) from India has managed to qualify for the finals and they'll be playing today for the final prize.

Qualified teams

  • Team SOUL - India
  • All Rejection Gaming, SCARZ Black — Japan
  • X-Quest, Top Esports, Elite Esports — China
  • GC Busan, Team Queso — South Korea
  • Nova Esports — Wildcard entry
  • Brazilians Killers — South America
  • Team Unique — Europe
  • Team SNT — Middle East
  • Purple Mood, RRQ Athena, Bigetron Esports — South-East Asia
  • Spacestation Gaming — North America

TeamIND and Indian Tigers from India were knocked off in the prelims stage.  X-Quest, Purple Mood Esports, Team Queso, Top Esports and All Rejection Gaming were the top 5 teams which qualified into the finals from the prelims.

On the first day, we saw some incredible gameplay in all the matches. As mentioned earlier, the winner of the tournament will be crowned based on the final points accumulated at the end of the tournament. The first day overall standings are as follows:

  1. X-Quest - 112 points
  2. Top Esports - 89 points
  3. RRQ Athena - 88 points
  4. Elite Gaming - 76 points
  5. Spacestation Gaming - 68 points
  6. GC Busan - 66 points
  7. Bigetron Esports - 59 points
  8. Nova Esports - 49 points
  9. Team SNT - 44 points
  10. SCARZ Black - 43 points
  11. Team Unique - 43 points
  12. Purple Mood - 40 points
  13. Team Queso - 32 points
  14. Team Soul - 25 points
  15. All Rejection Gaming - 18 points
  16. Brazilians Killers - 18 points

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