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Team Weibo becomes the winner of the Peace Elite Asia Invitational (PEI) 2021

The winning team had a massive lead

Chinese esports Team Weibo becomes the winner of the Peace Elite Asia Invitational (PEI) 2021 and took home $185,000. The invitational tournament which held between April 27 to 29, 2021 with 15 Asian teams, had an overall prize pool of $4,62,000. The teams comprised of countries including China, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Nepal, Mongolia, and South Korea. Team Weibo had an impressive show from the first game and came first place on five occasions. Team Weibo emerged victorious with 241 points followed by another Chinese team Huya FA with 180 points and Mongolian team ZEUS Esports with 164 points. The prize pool was divided among the teams after the completion of 15 matches on April 29.

Overall standing of the PEI Asia 2021

Peace Elite Asia Invitational 2021 witnessed 15 teams aggressively competing against each other to become the champion. After the completion of PEI Asia 2021, the team standing can be found below,

  1. Team Weibo (China): 241 points
  2. Huya FA (China): 180 points
  3. Zeus Esports (Mongolia): 164 points
  4. Royal Never Give Up (China): 164 points
  5. POWER888 KPS (Thailand): 139 points
  6. Bigetron RA (Indonesia): 129 points
  7. Valdus Esports (Thailand): 124 points
  8. HocVienNamBlue (Vietnam): 122 points
  9. Dingoz MPX (Malaysia): 110 points
  10. Geek Fam ID (Indonesia): 87 points
  11. Team Secret (Malaysia): 82 points
  12. REJECT (South Korea): 79 points
  13. Warriors Esports (Japan): 67 points
  14. DRS Gaming (Nepal): 64 points
  15. Eagle Esport (Vietnam): 28 points
Peace Elite Asia Invitational 2021
Photo via Tencent

PEI 2021 was played on Peacekeeper Elite, the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile and also known as Game for Peace in China with 12 international invites. The results were decided after the tournament concluded in three days with five matches played on each day. It was played from a first-person perspective (FPP), which’s very different from the global PUBG Mobile esports competitions.

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