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IHC Esports win PMGC 2023 Grand Finals

Team Gossip  |   Dec 11, 11:51 AM   |   6 min read

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Highlights

  • After playing 18 matches in three days in a points system that is kill oriented, IHC Esports scored a whopping 142 points.

  • The prize pool of the event was set at $ 3,000,000. Each participating team was awarded a certain portion of the prize pool.

  • To award the impeccable performance by individual players, Tencent kept individual awards for players.

 

Mongolia’s IHC Esports has finally been crowned as the PMGC 2023 winner after topping the leaderboard with 142 points. The team will take home a prize of $400K and the MVP from their side, Zyol took a prize for his contribution in the matches. Here are the details from the last match and all the prizes that were distributed on the final day.

 

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IHC Esports Crowned As PMGC 2023 Grand Finals Winner

 

 

 

 

After playing 18 matches in three days in a points system that is kill-oriented, IHC Esports scored a whopping 142 points and the team right below them, Stalwart Esports scored 138 points. In the third place, Brazilian powerhouse, Alpha7 Esports stood strong with 131 points. The last day wasn't in favour of Alpha7 Esports as they could get only 16 points from the six matches they played. Here is the points table after the final day: 

 

  • IHC Esports – 142 points
  • Stalwart Esports – 138 points
  • Alpha7 Esports – 131 points
  • 4 Merical Vibes – 127 points
  • D’Xavier – 124 points
  • FaZe Clan – 120 points
  • NS RedForce – 112 points
  • Weibo Gaming – 110 points
  • Titan Esports Club – 102 points
  • SZ Six Two Eight – 100 points
  • S2G Esports – 98 points
  • LOOPS – 77 points
  • Persija Evos – 74 points
  • Major Pride – 71 points
  • Yoodo Alliance – 69 points
  • Morph GPX – 48 points

 

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The prize pool of the event was set at $ 3,000,000. Each participating team was awarded a certain portion of the prize pool and the lion's share of the prize pool was awarded to IHC Esports. Here is the prize pool distribution: 

 

  • 1st place: $400,000 - IHC Esports
  • 2nd place: $200,000 - Stalwart Esports
  • 3rd place: $120,000 - Alpha7 Esports
  • 4th place: $80,000 - 4Merical Vibes
  • 5th place: $62,000 - D'Xavier
  • 6th place: $51,000 - Faze Clan
  • 7th place: $42,000 - NS RedForce
  • 8th place: $35,000 - Weibo Gaming
  • 9th place: $32,500 - TEC
  • 10th place: $30,000 - STE
  • 11th place: $27,000 - S2G Esports
  • 12th place: $25,000 - Loops Esports
  • 13th place: $22,500 - Persija Evos
  • 14th place $20,000 - Major Pride
  • 15th place: $17,500 - Yoodo Alliance
  • 16th place: $15,000 - Morph

 

To award the impeccable performance by individual players, Tencent kept individual awards for players. Here is the list for various titles that players got during the award ceremony: 

 

  • Final MVP: Zyol (IHC)
  • Gunslinger: Zyol (IHC)
  • Grenade Master: Mela (Faze Clan)
  • Field Medic: Parajin (D’Xavier)

 

With this, the 2023 competitive season has come to an end and a brief roadmap of 2024 has also been introduced by Tencent to ensure a smooth 2024 season. 

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