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National PUBG League Phase 3 Week Two

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The National PUBG League is back with another week of action and the teams are fighting hard to make it to the top. New teams are emerging and showing that this time, they came to play. Week two of Phase 3 marks the halfway point as these teams have their eyes on the global championship. At this point, it’s anyone’s game, and with the right stroke of luck, any team could fire themselves to the top. Who came out on top of week two?

Day One

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The first match of the day kicked off with a win for a familiar face, Tempo Storm. They took the Chicken Dinner with eight as they held off Wildcard who only had two kills to their name. Envy followed them up in third with 10 kills. Even with more kills than the others, they couldn’t hold on for the win. The second match then went to SpaceStation, who have been looking to find their footing in this phase. They added five kills to their tally to take the win and give themselves the edge over Riot Squad.

The third match saw yet another win for Tempo Storm. They have been battling hard to reach the top and win again, and this 10-kill win gave them another helpful boost. They held off Envy again as they were looking to grab their first win of the week. Tempo Storm’s win was followed by a big win for Lazarus. Lazarus have been holding on with many solid performances, but this win was enough to show that they have what it takes to claim an opportunity when they see one. Match five then again went to Tempo Storm with another eight kills. They seem to have found their motivation and are back on track to win it all. The final match of day one went to eUnited who ran away with 11 kills. The first day seemed to belong to Lazarus and Tempo Storm, but will they be able to keep it up in day two?

Day Two

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Day two started off with a big win for Lazarus. With 12 kills, they fought off The Rumblers who were looking to grab their first win of the weekend. They were followed by another win for eUnited who are trying their hardest to run away from the competition. The ninth match of the weekend was claimed by Zenith who were happy to get a Chicken Dinner after some not so convincing performances in the beginning of this weekend. After Zenith, Soniqs came up from their great first week performance and got their first win in the second week. They may have only put up five kills, but a win is a win when you are gunning for the title.

With only two matches left The Rumblers took the eleventh match with a big 12 kill game. With multiple upper-place finishes, The Rumblers finally came out on top before the weekend concluded. The final match went to Riot Squad who had been looking shaky up until this point. They picked up some much-needed points with their last second eight-kill win.

Week Two Standouts

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The Rumblers and Envy were the two biggest standouts this weekend. Both of them broke 100 points and gave their sides some significant boosts. The Rumblers jumped up in the ranks, now sitting at seventh. They will be looking to continue this form in week three as they aim for the top. Envy are now sitting in fourth with only 32 points separating them from Tempo Storm in the number one spot. Who will come out on top as Phase 3 of the National PUBG League continues to heat up?

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