The PUBG Mobile India Series (PMIS) concluded with TSM-Entity becoming the champions. The team put up a dominant performance across the weekend to pocket over USD 26,000 of the USD 65,000 prize pool. TSM-Entity had a dominating start right from day one, and they finished day two in the same way.
It was a tough competition after the 11th match when Fnatic was almost close to challenge TSM-Entity for that top spot but the tables turned against Fnatic when they had a bad run in the last game. TSM-Entity were on a rampage mode in this tournament where they did not hesitate in any fight and that granted them their path to victory.
TSM-Entity has been dominating the PUBG Mobile Esports scenario for a while in the South Asia region and the team has trust as its core value.
All eyes will now move to the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) season zero which begins on the 10th of July. The PMWL has a total prize pool of USD 850,000 which is split equally between the two divisions in the competition: the East and the West. A total of 40 teams will be competing in both divisions.