Bigetron RA win PMPL season 3 Indonesia league stage

The top 16 teams have advanced to the country finals.

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Bigetron Red Aliens emerged as the winners of the league stage in the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Indonesia season three. 

From March 24 to April 11, 20 teams from across Indonesia competed in the Pro League for a spot in the finals and a share of the $71,700 prize pool. The top 16 teams will now be competing in the country finals from April 16 to 18 to decide the champions.

Bigetron RA is one of the most decorated PUBG Mobile teams in the world, consisting of Made “Zuxxy” Bagas, Made “Luxxy” Bagus, Muhammad “Ryzen” Albi, Leander “LiQuiD” Deusfiel, and Galang “KinGzz” Yoga. They were the 2019 world champions and are the defending champions from the SEA region. 

They didn’t have the best start in the league stage, however, after placing seventh in the first Super Weekend. The team bounced back in the second Super Weekend to accumulate 197 points. This pushed them to the top of the rankings table even after a comparatively disappointing performance in the final Super Weekend. 

Evos Reborn was the most consistent team in the PMPL Indonesia Super Weekends, getting more than 110 points each week. They fell just 13 points short of Bigetron, though. Evos will be looking to win it all at the finals later this week. 

The winner of the league stage was supposed to get a slot in the PMPL SEA Championship season three. As Bigetron had already been directly invited to the event as the defending champions, second-placed Evos have also booked a spot in the competition. 

Here are the overall standings of the PMPL Indonesia league stage. The top 16 teams have made it to the country finals. 

Qualified for the finals

  1. Bigetron RA: 378 points
  2. EVOS Reborn: 365 points
  3. Genesis Dogma GIDS: 323 points
  4. Boom Esports: 279 points
  5. Bonafide: 272 points
  6. Aura Esports: 265 points
  7. Victim Sovers: 261 points
  8. Skylightz Gaming: 254 points
  9. Eagle 365 Esports: 224 points
  10. 21 Esport: 216 points
  11. Voin Victory88: 212 points
  12. RRQ RYU: 212 points
  13. Onic Esports: 186 points
  14. Geek Fam: 169 points
  15. Dewa United: 164 points
  16. Aerowolf Limax: 157 points


  1. Alter Ego: 124 points
  2. TAKAE Esport: 98 points
  3. Morph SB: 56 points 
  4. Enam Sembilan Esports: Zero points (Didn’t qualify for a single Super Weekend)
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