In a genuine Malaysia Boleh! spirit, local PUBG MOBILE team TABAH NSEA has made the country proud by making a dramatic comeback in their final match at the Hanoi SEA Games.
The team won Malaysia a historic Bronze medal in what was the first time PUBG Mobile made a medal event in the SEA Games.
TABAH NSEA was initially out of contention for a medal, starting the final day in 8th place but that didn’t stop the team from fighting for a podium finish.
The team’s efforts paid off when they bagged the Bronze Medal with a final total score of 148 points and two Chicken Dinners with their excellent teamwork and flawless gameplay.
TABAH NSEA team members who won a hard-fought and well-earned victory for Malaysia.
- MAS1Franky (Mohamad Amizul Hafiz Bin Mohd Fadzli)
- MAS1Magix (Muhammad Irfan Jafni Bin Mohamad)
- MAS1Flax0P (Muhammad Farish Husaini Bin Zailani)
- MAS1XRushNN1 (Muhammad Faiz Aiman Baharuddin Bin Abdullah)
- MAS1Aduka (Muhammad Aduka Ikmal Bin Nor Azmi)
- MAS1Jumper (Muhamad Izzrudin Hashim)
“Congratulations to TABAH NSEA for bringing home the Bronze Medal for Malaysia at the PUBG MOBILE event at the Hanoi SEA Games 2022.
We are extremely proud of their achievement and for representing Malaysia at such a significant sports event, especially since this is the first time PUBG MOBILE is a medal event at the SEA Games. Our other PUBG MOBILE national athletes have also done very well for the country and we are equally proud of their accomplishments.
We look forward to seeing more Malaysian Esports athletes showcasing their top-class abilities while competing on the global stage for our country,” said Adil Hisham, Marketing Manager for PUBG MOBILE, Malaysia.
Also representing Malaysia, GEEK FAM, consisting of members MAS2DamRUDE (Mohd Irzam Aman Bin Mohd Zaini), MAS2Qb (Ahmad Syafiq Imran Bin Mohamad), Snipes (Mohamad Nabil Bin Nazaruddin), MAS2uHigh (Muhammad Dhiya Ulhaq) and MAS2SONiXs (Nadzrul Bin Abdul Sagal) finished in 7th place, scoring one Chicken Dinner and a total of 120 points throughout the event.
Meanwhile, in the solo category, two Malaysian athletes placed among the top 10 with JUMPER (Muhamad Izzrudin Hashim) at 6th place with 87 points and UHIGH (Muhammad Dhiya Ulhaq Muhammad Aras) at 10th place with 78 points.
Finishing at 20th place is XRUSH (Muhamad Faiz Aiman Baharuddin) with 61 points, 26th place FRANKY (Mohamad Amizul Hafiz Mohd Fadzli) with 59 points, 32nd place DAMRUDE (Mohd Irzam Mohd Zaini) with 51 points and 45th place SNIPES (Mohamad Nabil Nazaruddin) with 31 points.