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PUBG MOBILE Global Championship Grand Finals Day 2: Alpha 7 Take The Lead, D’Xavier In Close Second European Gaming Industry News

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Today saw the second day of the 2023 PUBG MOBILE Global Championship Grand Finals, live from Istanbul, Türkiye, which featured more exciting action as Alpha7 took the competition lead early and stayed on top. They are now closely followed by D’Xavier, who had a day to remember as they stormed through the six matches with two victories and four top-three placements. Day two also saw IHC ESPORTS climb from sixth place to third as they racked up eliminations. Finally, local team S2G had a day to forget, as a series of early knockouts moved them down from third to eighth position.

The winner of the first PMGC 2023 match, Alpha7, entered day two with the same level of ferocity, taking first place again in the day’s opening match. This time however they were able to keep their momentum at an even higher level, following up with a second and third-place finish later in the day. After twelve matches, the team stands at 114 points, a clear 13 points from second place.

It was not just first place that saw a team change. D’Xavier was on fire throughout day two, as they moved up from eighth place to second by taking two winner winner chicken dinners, two more top three placements, and only one finish outside of the top five. The team from PMSL SEA used these six matches to make a statement. Tomorrow they are coming to win it all!

D’Xavier were not the only team to make huge surges up the leaderboard, as IHC ESPORTS ended day two in third place, after a sixth-place finish in day one. While they did not secure a victory, an aggressive strategy that saw them take 14 eliminations in the final match allowed them to make their way into the top three.

Stalwart Esports, while unable to match the strong showing of Alpha7, still put on a good display with another consistent run of finishes all within the top ten. A lack of a victory set them back to forth place, however only 8 points now separates them from second place, and with six matches to go they are still within striking distance of the PMGC crown.

Even with the support of the crowd local team S2G were unable to replicate their day one performance. Only able to get in the top ten during one of the six matches, they fell from third place down to eighth. While they still have one final day of competition, their hopes of replicating last year’s success may no longer be possible with a current total of 61 points.

4Merical Vibes, Team Weibo and FaZe Clan rounded out the top eight, taking fifth, sixth and seventh place with 90 points, 89 points and 68 points respectively.

We now approach the final day of the 2023 PUBG MOBILE Global Championship Grand Finals, with only six matches separating these teams from marking their name in the history books. Players from across the globe, representing countries thousands of miles apart, will all compete for the chance to be named PUBG MOBILE World Champion.

Adrienn Sarkany

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