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MAS1 scores bronze for Malaysia at 32nd SEA Games PUBG MOBILE Event

Malaysian PUBG MOBILE team Malaysia 1 takes home the Bronze at the 32nd SEA Games 2023 held in Cambodia. This achievement marks the second time in a row where the Malaysian team has brought home a medal, following their success in the 2022 SEA Games held in Hanoi, where PUBG MOBILE made its debut as a medal event in the SEA Games. 

The team, consisting of Damrude (Mohd Irzam Aman Bin Mohd Zaini), Uhigh (Muhammad Dhiya Ulhaq Bin Mohd Arasz), Mica (Muhammad Daim Rosli), Snipes (Mohamad Nabil bin Nazaruddin), Stuxnet (Nadzrul Abdul Sagal) along with their coach, Pasha (Muhammad Nur Azmi Mohammed Halim) and analyst, Khairul Afiq Kamarulzaman, maintained a strong position in the top four throughout the event and eventually went on to win the Bronze medal in their final match against fellow Bronze winner, the Vietnam 2 team, with a final total score of 145 points. Taking home the Gold and Silver are the Indonesia 2 team and Vietnam 1 team respectively. 

“Congratulations to our Malaysia 1 team for bringing home the Bronze Medal at the 32nd SEA Games 2023. For a 2nd year in a row since PUBG MOBILE was first announced as a medal event in the Hanoi SEA Games 2022, we are extremely proud of their achievement and for continuing this momentum of success. We look forward to seeing more Malaysian Esports athletes showcasing their top class abilities while competing on the global stage for our country,” said Eugene Chin, Country Manager for Tencent Games, Malaysia. 

The Malaysia 1 team was stated as the strongest line up in Malaysia, with the return of Uhigh from BTR (Indonesia) coming back to represent Malaysia for a second time with fellow Geek Slate members. Also representing Malaysia were former SEA Games Bronze medalists Jumper (Muhammad Izzrudin Hashim) and FlaxOP (Muhammad Farish Husaini), along with Echo (Ahmad Aiman Ahmad Mahadzir), Oliyo (Mohamad Azli Amran), YeN (Muhammad Syazwan Adrian Mohd Sani) and coach Mosgoku (Mosleh Subairi), who finished in 11th place.

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