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Vampire Esports crowned champions of PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2023

Nearly a hundred points ahead the runner-up shows absolute domination!

The second biggest event of PUBG Mobile Esports just closed its doors by naming the new champions for its 2023 competition. Thai team Vampire Esports emerged as the champions of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023 and lifted the trophy after battling in a total of 18 matches for three consecutive days. They were almost a hundred points ahead of the runner-up, proving an absolute dominance over the other contenders.

The team, besides lifting the glory, pocketed a massive amount along with winning an additional slot for their region in the upcoming league stage of the PMGC 2023. Previously this year, the champion team won the Fall split of PMPL Thailand 2023 and PMWI 2023: Allstars Stage.

PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: How it went for the champions

Like the “Morning Shows the Day”, Vampire Esports came out as the table topper after the first day. With a WWCD in hand, the team managed to gather 77 total points in day 1 followed by Alpha7 in the second place with 53 total points. Vampire’s domination in the initial day was a clear indication of their power and gave a hint that the team’s presence is a strong threat.

The following day went in the champions’ pocket as well. However, Alpha7 lost its place to Six Two Eight. As the final day approaches, Vampire Esports become hungry for more points and start showing dominance, precision, and agility as well as immense gunpower. They took 227 total points after the end of the day, enough to place them on the top.

Almost half a million dollars went into the team’s pocket

Winning the event, Vampire Esports earned $432,500 while the runner-up Six Two Eight made nearly $235,000. The total gathered amount will increase a lot more as the team won several awards as well. TonyK won the MVP award of the tournament with a record-breaking 53 total eliminations.

PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023 MVP
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On his way to becoming the doom of other competitors, he broke the previous record of 37 eliminations by Stalwart Esports’ gunslinger Action. With three major titles already in the showcase this year, the team will remain powered up for the final saga of PUBG Mobile Esports, the PMGC 2023.

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