PUBG Mobile Esports bans three top players for misconduct in the PMGC tournament

PUBG Mobile Esports bans three top players for misconduct in the PMGC tournament

PUBG Mobile Esports bans three top players for misconduct in the PMGC tournament. FederaL, Golden, and Ciaowski are the three players from Loop Esports- PUBG Mobile Esports bans three top players for misconduct in the PMGC tournament.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC): The recent development from the PUBG Mobile Esports as they have banned top three players of Loop esports from playing any PUBG Mobile competitive tournament till July 10, 2021. Earlier Loop Esports was disqualified from the tournament due to the poor competitive behaviour of the players.

Three professional players, FederaL, Golden, and Ciaowski who represented Loop esports at PUBG Mobile Global Championship have been banned by the officials for this unsportsmanlike conduct. All the three players have been handed a six months ban from the competitive tournaments relating to PUBG Mobile.

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FederaL, Golden and Ciaowski Banned from PUBG Mobile:

Reportedly all three have signed the contracts with the new Esports organization named Brazilian organisation Influence Rage Esports. The contracts have been put on hold as the news rolled out of the three aforementioned getting banned for six months.

Loop Esports during the PUBG Mobile World League deliberately tried to avoid fights with Team Queso giving them an unfair advantage. After knowing the incident, the officials punished Loop Esports by eliminating all their points of the day.

Also, during the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) the three players surrendered themselves at the hands of RRQ, after which Loop Esports was disqualified from the tournament.

Loop Esports was at 6th position in the points table and their disqualification helped other teams below them to jump one place above.

The fourth player of Loop Esports, Carrilho, was seen doing his best to take fights, as a result, he was spared from the ban. Carrilho didn’t give up anytime and played with his full spirit to take his team to 6th spot.

Carrilho recently joined another Esports organization named Alpha 7.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship is one of the biggest events in the history of PUBG Mobile tournaments. The event offers a mammoth prize pool of 2 million USD and the final of the tournament is scheduled to take place in Dubai from 21st January to 24th January 2021.

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