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After winning Rs 41.9 lakh, this PUBG team will represent India in Germany at World Stage

In a digital world where people of age groups 13-25 years are obsessed with playing games on their smartphones, there is one game which youths can’t take their eyes off. It is PUBG. Ever since its inception, the online multiplayer game has reached out to all parts of the world with almost every youth having the game installed on their handsets.

With increased PUBG addiction and fever among the students, some states in India have banned the game as it is affecting students’ life for they play it relentlessly day and night and thereby scoring less marks in the examination.

However, people not only play this game for entertainment but also to earn money too! Yes, there are several platforms online where you can earn money. Anyone can sign in and participate and win big prizes.

In recent news, the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 had just completed its regional finals at the Thyagraj Stadium in the national capital. Following the hard-fought day of battles, Team S0UL came out with flying colours.

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More significantly, the team is also going to be taking part in the world stage representing India.

After a two-day showpiece event, Team S0UL became the India champions of the Spring Split segment. They’re now geared up for their trip to Berlin, where they will feature for India for the PMCO Global finals.

Interestingly, the team came out on top amongst 15 other competitors. Team IND came up just short, bagging the second place, with Indian Tigers finishing third.

Team S0UL that collected 256 points earned a $60,000 (approximately Rs 41.9 lakh prize). The second and third place winners meanwhile received Rs 20.95 lakh and Rs 12.9 lakh respectively.

Talking about the upcoming event in Berlin, for which dates have not yet been finalized, Team S0UL have a great chance to seal the big deal of $2.5 million, or Rs 17.48 crore.

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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