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MSU Kuda eSports wins online-game championship title

04 Jan 2021 / 13:36 H.

Management and Science University’s (MSU) team – MSU Kuda eSports, has snagged the Top Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile Campus Championship (PMCC) 2020 title.

They were declared the winner out of 20 other teams competing in the Grand Finals of the competition. MSU Kuda E-sports beat more than three thousand players forming over eight hundred teams from 320 universities and colleges in Malaysia through the qualification rounds.

The MSU team took home RM20,000 in prize money from PMCC 2020’s pool of RM60,000 up for grabs.

Advancing to the PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC) 2021 led by team captain Mohamad Nur Hakim Al-Azim (Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management and Piloting (Hons) at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering), the five-member team includes Fazril Farhan Mohd Fikri (Diploma in Information Technology at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering), Muhammad Asyraf Abd Razak (Diploma in Culinary Arts at the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts), Muhammad Adam Izzac Norazali (Diploma in Public Relations and Entertainment Management at the School of Education and Social Sciences), and Sharan Dev Ramesh (Foundation (Science Biology/Health Science at the International Medical School).

PUBG is a multi-player online game developed and published by South Korea’s PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of the video game company Bluehole.

Twenty-three-year-old RRQ D2E reportedly heads the Top-10 players list of the popular game based on the Japanese Battle Royale.

MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY’S (MSU) team – MSU Kuda eSports, has snagged the Top Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile Campus Championship (PMCC) 2020 title.

They were declared the winner out of 20 other teams competing in the Grand Finals of the competition. MSU Kuda E-sports beat more than three thousand players forming over eight hundred teams from 320 universities and colleges in Malaysia through the qualification rounds.

The MSU team took home RM20,000 in prize money from PMCC 2020’s pool of RM60,000 up for grabs.

Advancing to the PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC) 2021 led by team captain Mohamad Nur Hakim Al-Azim (Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management and Piloting (Hons) at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering), the five-member team includes Fazril Farhan Mohd Fikri (Diploma in Information Technology at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering), Muhammad Asyraf Abd Razak (Diploma in Culinary Arts at the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts), Muhammad Adam Izzac Norazali (Diploma in Public Relations and Entertainment Management at the School of Education and Social Sciences), and Sharan Dev Ramesh (Foundation (Science Biology/Health Science at the International Medical School).

PUBG is a multi-player online game developed and published by South Korea’s PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of the video game company Bluehole.

Twenty-three-year-old RRQ D2E reportedly heads the Top-10 players list of the popular game based on the Japanese Battle Royale.

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