IHC Esports prevails at PUBG Mobile Global Championship

IHC Esports took home the top prize at the $3 million PUBG Mobile Global Championship on Sunday in Istanbul.

The Mongolia-based team won the first prize of $453,500, with Stalwart Esports ($263,000) and Alpha7 Esports ($184,000) rounding out the top three.

Sixteen teams played 18 matches in the three-day grand finals in Istanbul. They qualified for the final round through league play in November in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

IHC won Round 15 on Erangel on Sunday. A runner-up finish in Saturday’s final round on Miramar also helped their cause as they finished with 142 points.

Stalwart had 138 points to finish a close second and Alpha7 totaled 131 points in placing third.

2023 PUBG Mobile Global Championship prize pool: 1. $453,500 — IHC ESPORTS 2. $263,000 — Stalwart Esports 3. $184,000 — Alpha7 Esports 4. $144,000 — 4Merical Vibes 5. $121,000 — D’Xavier 6. $105,000 — FaZe Clan 7. $107,000 — Nongshim RedForce 8. $98,000 — Team Weibo 9. $47,500 — Titan Esports Club 10. $94,000 — Six Two Eight 11. $42,500 — S2G Esports 12. $90,000 — Loops Esports 13. $78,000 — Persija EVOS 14. $85,000 — Major Pride 15. $71,250 — Yoodo Alliance 16. $78,000 — Morph GPX 17. $38,500 — Team Queso 18. $40,250 — Bigetron Red Villains 19. $35,750 — iNCO Gaming 20. $39,500 — INFLUENCE RAGE 21. $35,750 — DUKSAN Esports 22. $36,500 — REJECT 23. $35,500 — RUKH eSports 24. $37,750 — Nigma Galaxy 25. $33,750 — Brute Force 26. $36,250 — MadBulls 27. $30,750 — Gaimin Gladiators 28. $28,500 — SEM9 29. $31,000 — Dplus 30. $28,000 — NASR Esports 31. $28,000 — NB Esports 32. $27,500 — Melise Esports 33. $27,500 — Alter Ego Ares 34. $27,500 — N Hyper Esports 35. $25,000 — Quest Esports 36-38. $22,000 — Tianba, INTENSE GAME, Vampire Esports 39-41. $21,500 — Falcons White, Next Ruya, De Muerte 42-44. $21,000 — BRA Esports, Seventh Element, Genesis Esports 45-47. $20,500 — AGONxi8 Esports, HAIL Esports, DRS GAMING 48-50. $20,000 — XERXIA Esports, Konina Power, BEENOSTORM