Xiaomi, together with PlayerUnknown’s Battegrounds (PUBG), has concluded the Xiaomi PUBG Mobile Philippine Cup 2021, powered by its latest Redmi Note 10 5G.
Anarchyst PH came out on top, being the lead scorer throughout the entire competition, bringing home the grand prize of P50,000. Guidotti Esports Mikasa placed second winning P25,000. UTG International came in third place with P15,000, and XTX Project Rebirth in fourth place was awarded P10,000.
Over 314 teams from all over the country registered, with only 32 advancing to the group stage of the tournament broadcasted live on the Xiaomi Philippines and PUBG Mobile Philippines page. The top 16 teams from groups A and B outshone their competition during the group stage, and engaged in intense, tactical battles for the top prizes during the grand finals streamed live on July 24-25, 2021.
“We were thrilled with the turnout for this event and would like to thank our Mi Fans for making the Xiaomi PUBG Mobile Philippine Cup 2021 such a success! We look forward to continued collaborations with the Philippine gaming community so we can treat our fans to more activities like this in the future, which will be made even more enjoyable with our latest smart phones that offer a flagship level gaming experience,” said Tomi Adrias, public relations manager, Xiaomi Philippines.
With esports in the Philippines fast gaining ground, Xiaomi continually invests in advanced technology to provide gamers with the best experience, with the latest being showcased in its new phone the Redmi Note 10 5G. This 5 G-ready phone levels up the user’s gaming experience with its powerful MediaTek Dimensity 700 5G chipset. Its 7nm processing technology offers higher performance with power efficiency, giving flagship-like level gaming performance at an affordable price.