DRS Gaming receives the grand prize of 292,000 dollars

DRS Gaming (Da Real Soldiers) ranks second creating history as the first Nepalese team to reach the finale of PUBG Mobile Global Championship.

DRS Gaming ranked second, winning the grand prize of 292,000 dollars and securing a remarkable victory in the history of Nepalese gaming at the finale match on January 8, Sunday.

S2G Esports from Turkey won the tournament, taking home the premium prize of 510,000 dollars.

48 teams from various nations competed in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship, which took place in Jakarta, Indonesia, from January 6 to January 8. After a series of exciting and challenging matches, DRS Gaming secured second place, achieving a remarkable feat in the archive of Nepalese gaming. 

Deepesh Gurung, Shahas Bhandari, Subin Kumar Prajapati, and Sameer Gurung are the four members of the DRS Gaming team who succeeded in representing Nepal on the world’s gaming map.

Image: Trained to Kill [Team T2K]

The other Nepalese team, Trained to Kill (T2K), took thirteenth place and won 132,500 dollars as a prize. Sandesh Pradhan won the title of Grenade Master in the match.

 Despite the stiff competition, both Nepalese teams were able to bring out their best performances and show the world the potential of Nepalese gamers.

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