Bigetron Esports dominated their competition to become the PMCO 2019 Fall Split Global Finals champions! That doesn’t mean their road was exactly smooth sailing. Nevertheless, they prevailed, with incredible performances all round! Without further ado, here’s the Bigetron champion interview.
As one might expect, the team as a whole have the same goal for the next time: win, and defend their title from their fellow rivals. While they did show off their sheer talent at the global finals, they still have room to grow. In that regard, they’ll be looking to learn from their mistakes, to play more consistently, and to improve their team communication.
Considering how many Chicken Dinners they scored from day 2, the team admitted to being more relaxed for day 3, championship Sunday. You could say that’s quite some confidence, especially after their relatively lackluster performance at the SEA League. They coyly explain their marked improvements as a surprise. Quite an effective strategy, keeping tactics hush hush until the time they needed it most: the preliminaries, then the finals.
“We wanted to give a surprise. Basically, we were keeping our strategy, and in the prelims and finals, we decided to show all our strategy.”
PUBG Mobile‘s community within Indonesia is really big, according to the Bigetron squad. Every week or month, the many tournaments become ripe training grounds.
They’d said that this was their “last tournament” before. They clarify they mean it’s the tournament in 2019 for them to get a world title, or to win the championship. Nothing yet so drastic as leaving the scene, one would hope!
The squad expound the oft-repeated advice to never give up, should you wish to enter this industry. Skill and training that talent is of course, important. For PUBG Mobile and squad-based games of its ilk, you need to be able to believe in your teammates, and have good chemistry with them too.
Though they have reached the pinnacle of PUBG Mobile sports, they will still continue to train and analyze gameplay. Boyka will continue to coach them. We could see more championships under their belt with tutelage from their coach! They’ll be wary of Thai and Chinese teams, considering them their strongest competitors.
Last but not least, what are they going to do with that prize money? “For the future”, “for marriage”. Not particularly surprising there.
Congratulations once again to Bigetron Esports! We look forward to seeing you defend your crown!