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DRS Gaming and G.Gladiators Secure Invites to PMGC 2023 League Stage

PUBG Mobile has announced two special invites for the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2023 League Stage. DRS Gaming from Nepal and Gaimin Gladiators hailing from Russia have received these prestigious invitations due to their consistent and outstanding performances in global PUBG Mobile events. As the excitement builds, the community eagerly awaits to witness their gameplay in the PMGC 2023 League Stage.

DRS Gaming and Gaimin Gladiators’ Road to PMGC 2023 League Stage

Both DRS Gaming and Gaimin Gladiators have showcased their skills on numerous occasions on the global esports arena, making them worthy contenders for the PMGC 2023 League Stage.

DRS Gaming put forth a commendable performance in the previous iteration of championship – PMGC 2022, where it finished in second position. They continued their dominance in the PUBG Mobile Pro League – South Asia Championship Spring 2023, where they once again delivered a commendable performance, claiming the third position. Despite recent struggles that might have tempered expectations, the team attained a third-place finish in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: Allstars Stage. However, in the broader context of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023, DRS Gaming faced tougher competition, finishing in the 11th position.

Giamin Gladiators has displayed a notable performance in recent PUBG Mobile tournaments. In the PUBG Mobile Regional Clash 2023 – Europe VS Africa, the team secured a commendable second-place finish. At the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023, Giamin Gladiators delivered another impressive performance, finishing in third place. In the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2023: Allstars Stage, Giamin Gladiators continued to perform well, securing a fourth-place finish. Additionally, in the PUBG Mobile Pro League – European Championship Spring 2023, the team achieved a commendable third-place finish.

PMGC 2023: All Participating Teams

Grand Finals:

  • S2G Esports (Turkey) – Host Country
  • Titan Esports Club (China) – PEL Points

League Stage:

  • Hail Esports THNotes (Thailand) – PMWI Special Invite
  • DRS Gaming (Nepal) – Special Invite #1
  • Gaimin Gladiators (Russia) – Special Invite #2
  • Team Weibo (China) – PEL Points
  • TIANBA (China) – PEL Points
  • Six Two Eight (China) – PEL Qualifier
  • Persija Evos (Indonesia) – Indonesia Points
  • Vampire Esports (Thailand) – Thailand Points
  • Yoodo Alliance (Malaysia) – Malaysia Points
  • D’Xavier (Vietnam) – Vietnam Points
  • Genesis Esports (Myanmar) – SEA Wildcard Points
  • Stalwart Esports (Mongolia) – South Asia Points
  • AgonxI8 Esports (Pakistan) – Pakistan Points
  • Nigma Galaxy (Iraq) – Arabia Points
  • Falcons White (Kazakhstan) – Africa Points
  • N Hyper Esports (North America) – North America Points
  • Team Queso (Chile) – LATAM Points
  • Loops (Brazil) – Brazil Points
  • Next Rüya (Turkey) – Turkiye Points
  • MadBulls (CIS) – Europe Points
  • Alter Ego Ares (Indonesia) – SEA Super League
  • FaZe Clan (Thailand) – SEA Super League
  • Bigetron Red Villains (Indonesia) – SEA Super League
  • Xerxia Esports (Thailand) – SEA Super League
  • Morph GPX (Indonesia) – SEA Super League
  • SEM9 (Malaysia) – SEA Super League
  • BRA Esports (Turkey) – European Championship
  • Major Pride (CIS) – European Championship
  • Melise Esports (Turkey) – European Championship
  • Konina Power (Kazakhstan) – European Championship
  • De Muerte (Russia) – European Championship
  • 4Merical Vibes (Mongolia) – South Asia Championship
  • NB Esports (Mongolia) – South Asia Championship
  • IHC Esports (Mongolia) – South Asia Championship
  • Seventh Element (Pakistan) – South Asia Championship
  • Quest Esports (Saudi Arabia) – MEA Championship
  • Brute Force (Russia) – MEA Championship
  • NASR Esports (United States) – MEA Championship
  • RUKH eSports (CIS) – MEA Championship
  • Influence Rage (Brazil) – Americas Championship
  • Intense Game (Brazil) – Americas Championship
  • iNCO Gaming (Brazil) – Americas Championship
  • Alpha7 Esports (Brazil) – Americas Championship
  • DUKSAN Esports (South Korea) – Pro Series Korea S3
  • Dplus (South Korea) – Korea Points
  • REJECT (Japan) – Japan League
  • BEENOSTORM (Japan) – Japan League
  • Nongshim RedForce (South Korea) – Rivals Cup

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