SEA Games Esports Day 4: Thailand leads in PUBG Mobile Individual tournament

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Day 4 of the 2022 Hanoi Southeast Asian Games esports event saw the individual tournament for PUBG Mobile kick off. (Photo: PUBG Mobile/KRAFTON)
Day 4 of the 2022 Hanoi Southeast Asian Games esports event saw the individual tournament for PUBG Mobile kick off. (Photo: PUBG Mobile/KRAFTON)

The fourth day of the 2022 Hanoi Southeast Asian Games esports event on Monday (16 May) saw the individual tournament for PUBG Mobile kick off.

The PUBG Mobile event was split into individual and team tournaments. The individual tournament will take place from 16 to 17 May and features a total of 51 players from host country Vietnam, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Thailand.

The players will compete in five matches per day to earn points that will go toward their placement in the tournament.

After five matches, Thailand’s Phuwiwat "GodTunny" Tanee led the field with 66 points and 11 kills. Laos’ HONDA sits in second place with 54 points and 11 kills while fellow Laotian Porza followed closely behind with 53 points and 7 kills.

PUBG Mobile individual standings:

  1. (Thailand) godTunny – 66 points

  2. (Laos) HONDA – 54 points

  3. (Laos) Porza – 53 points

  4. (Thailand) Stoned – 52 points

  5. (Laos) Eroza – 48 points

  6. (Malaysia) Jumper – 45 points

  7. (Philippines) H2R – 44 points

  8. (Philippines) Rymon – 41 points

  9. (Thailand) SchwepXz – 40 points

  10. (Brunei) Colt – 39 points

  11. (Malaysia) Franky – 39 points

  12. (Indonesia) RedFace – 39 points

  13. (Vietnam) Franky – 38 points

  14. (Vietnam) MitLaren – 38 points

  15. (Indonesia) Alan – 37 points

  16. (Philippines) Range – 35 points

  17. (Vietnam) Lambor – 32 points

  18. (Laos) NOAR7 – 32 points

  19. (Indonesia) Jayden – 31 points

  20. (Myanmar) Sando – 31 points

  21. (Vietnam) Ferrari – 31 points

  22. (Myanmar) Marnet – 30 points

  23. (Myanmar) Finn – 30 points

  24. (Indonesia) GenFos – 29 points

  25. (Cambodia) Zero – 29 points

  26. (Myanmar) 1sec – 28 points

  27. (Malaysia) XRush – 27 points

  28. (Vietnam) ViCoi – 26 points

  29. (Brunei) Global – 25 points

  30. (Thailand) Beer11 – 25 points

  31. (Brunei) Rybenly – 25 points

  32. (Brunei) Galaxy – 23 points

  33. (Malaysia) DamRUDE – 23 points

  34. (Thailand) MR5 – 23 points

  35. (Philippines) Monboy – 23 points

  36. (Philippines) Rankid – 23 points

  37. (Brunei) Bearuang – 21 points

  38. (Myanmar) Ozone – 21 points

  39. (Cambodia) STALKER – 19 points

  40. (Brunei) Kizo – 18 points

  41. (Malaysia) uHigh – 17 points

  42. (Malaysia) Snipes – 16 points

  43. (Vietnam) Porsche – 14 points

  44. (Laos) BACKHAEM – 14 points

  45. (Cambodia) Jisu – 13 points

  46. (Indonesia) Potato – 13 points

  47. (Indoneisa) Luxxy – 13 points

  48. (Philippines) Newbie – 12 points

  49. (Myanmar) King – 12 points

  50. (Laos) Green – 11 points

  51. (Thailand) nOOzy – 8 points

Esports Medal tally

Thailand leads the Hanoi Southeast Asian Games esports event with three medals; one gold, one silver, and one bronze.

Indonesia and Vietnam sit in second place with two medals apiece, both having one gold and one silver. Malaysia and Singapore are tied in third with one bronze medal each.

Meanwhile, the Philippines, Myanmar, and Laos remain without a medal in the esports event.

  1. Thailand - 3 (1g, 1s, 1b)

  2. Indonesia - 2 (1g, 1s)

  3. Vietnam - 2 (1g, 1s)

  4. Malaysia - 1 (1b)

  5. Singapore - 1 (1b)

The esports event at the 2021 Hanoi Southeast Asian Games will take place at Hanoi's National Convention Center from 13 to 22 May.

The event will feature ten esports competitions: League of Legends, Men's and Women's League of Legends: Wild Rift, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Individual and team PUBG Mobile, Arena of Valor, Free Fire, Cross Fire, and FIFA Online 4.

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