Thrilling Competition and over P400,000 in Cash Prizes at the Globe PPGL Season 3 Grand Finals

It was a weekend of nail-biting matches as rivalries and rematches took center stage at the recently-concluded Globe PPGL Season 3 Grand Finals. The best teams and fighters from all over the Philippines met at the Glorietta 2 Activity Center for a 2-day competition that saw new Esports kings crowned and 9,000 fans come out to watch it all play out.

In partnership with Mineski Entertainment Group (MET), the event featured the final bouts for:

  • ARENA OF VALOR
  • Champion: MaxBox Gaming – PHP 50,000
  • 2nd Place: BREN Esports – PHP 25,000
  • 3rd Place: Kimochiii – PHP 12,500
  • 4th Place: Eurasia Superfly – PHP 12,500

  • TEKKEN 7
  • Champion: PBE|Doujin – PHP 45,000
  • 2nd Place: PBE|AK – PHP 20,000
  • 3rd Place: Jules – PHP 12,000

  • LEAGUE OF LEGENDS
  • Champion: TNC Pro Team – PHP 100,00
  • 2nd Place: Mineski – PHP 50,000
  • 3rd Place: Imperium Pro Team – PHP 25,000
  • 4th place: ISC – PHP 25,000

 

In a stunning upset, Andreij “Doujin” Albar, finally defeated fellow teammate and two-time defending Globe PPGL 2018 Tekken 7 grand champion, Alexandre ”AK” Laverez to become this year’s Tekken 7 Champion.

“Keep on fighting and continue practicing. You’re strong. Even though you ended up in second place this time, it doesn’t mean that you’re weak or what. Always think that you’re strong because it’s true,” Doujin told his defeated teammate, who broke down in tears after his defeat, the first he experienced in his entire PPGL career.

It was a weekend of surprise for the Arena of Valor competitors as well. Though MaxBox Gaming is widely considered to be a rookie in the league, they still came away with the top prize for AOV, beating BREN Esports 3-1.

Two stalwarts of the Philippine Esports landscape, TNC Pro Team and Mineski went head to head for the League of Legends crown. Playing late into the night, neither team was willing to give in without a fight to the finish. It was the TNC who ultimately secured the 3-2 victory, claiming their revenge against Mineski and securing the Globe Philippine Pro Gaming League Season 3 championship title.

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: