PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4 Day 1 Updates: Four AM steals the lead from Bigetron RA by 1 point

PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4 Day 1 Updates: Four AM steals the lead from Bigetron RA by 1 point

The 1st day of the 4th Super Weekend of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 has come to an end. This will be the last Super Weekend of the championship.

The Chinese GodSquad Four Angry Men have stolen the lead from the Indonesian stars Bigetron Red Aliens by a 1 point difference. Bigetron RA has lost the lead after holding it since 3 weeks. However, there is one more

Klas Digital Athletics: the Turkish PUBG Mobile sensation hold the #3 spot in the overall standings with 462 points.

The MVP of the day title was awarded to Suk from Four Angry Men who bagged a total of 13 kills.

Here's a quick summary of the Super Weekend 4 Day 1 matches

PMGC Round 1

The first match of the day was played on Erangel and was bagged by Four Angry Men who scored 13 kills followed by Abrupt Slayers at second place who scored 13 kills too.

PMGC Round 2

The second match of the day was played on Vikendi and was won by Navi who scored 5 kills followed by Loops Esports at second place who scored 6 kills.

PMGC Round 3

The third match of the day was played on Miramar and was claimed by Zeus Esports who scored a massive 16 kills followed by A1 Esports at second place who scored 5 kills.

PMGC Round 4

The fourth match of the day was played on Sanhok and was won by Four Angry Men who scored 11 kills followed by Loops Esports at second place who only managed to score three kills.

PMGC Round 5

The fifth and the final match of the day was played on Erangel and was bagged by Klas Digital Athletics who scored 13 kills followed by Navi at second place who scored 5 kills

If you missed Day 2 of Week 4 League Stage check out the article below for a quick overview.

PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4 Day 1 Updates: Four AM steals the lead from Bigetron RA by 1 point
PMGC 2020 Week 4 Day 2 Updates: Nova XQF leads with 49 kills and 119 points

For the unaware, PUBG Mobile Esports unveiled the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero [PMGC 2020] in August 2020 that features teams from around the world who have qualified or been invited to face off for a massive prize pool of $2,00,000, making it the biggest event in PUBG Mobile history.

For more details check out the article below.

PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4 Day 1 Updates: Four AM steals the lead from Bigetron RA by 1 point
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