Predator League 2019 – Meet the PUBG Teams

With Day 1 of Acer’s Predator League 2019 PUBG Grand Finals over and done with and Day 2 underway, it’s time to take a look at the 16 teams competing for glory.

At last year’s Predator League Grand Final, only DOTA 2 was played and only 8 teams competed. This year, the Predator League includes PUBG and has increased the number of teams to 10 for DOTA 2 and 16 for PUBG.

One of those 16 teams is representing Australia and carries the weight of our nation on the shoulders. The other 15 teams hail from a wide variety of nations in Asia.

Predator League 2019 PUBG Teams

The 16 teams that are in Bangkok, Thailand for the Predator League 2019 feature some incredible talent. Simply tuning into the PUBG streams will guarantee some insane action.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the teams.

Team Immunity

These four Aussies have been plucked from the pool of talented PUBG players across Australia. By claiming victory at the Predator PUBG OCE Open Series qualifying competition, Team Immunity secured their spot.

The Predator PUBG OCE Open Series qualifying competition saw the team face off against 50 teams to earn their right to participate in the Predator League 2019 Grand Finals.


  • 1st Throwdown Predator League Qualifier
  • 3rd PGI Australian Qualifier
  • 1st Ground Zero Season 1
  • 1st Cyber Gamer invite Season 2
  • 1st Esports Underground Invite Season 1
  • 2nd Cyber Gamer invite Season 3


SIGNATURE.PUBG is one of four Thai team’s competing in the Predator League 2019 Grand Finals. They took first place in the Predator League 2019 Thailand Qualifier and placed fourth in the GeForce Cup Pacific.

Purple Mood

Purple Mood, another team from Thailand, has some impressive titles racked up in PUBG esports already. Purple Mood was the champion of both JIB PUBG Thailand Pro League Season 1 Finals and Premier and was runner-up to SIGNATURE.PUBG in the Thai Predator League qualifier.


Another Thai team, PINTO GAMING placed 3rd in the Thai Predator League 2019 qualifier. The team took 3rd at the GeForce Cup Pacific and 5th at JIB PUBG Thailand Pro League Season 1 Premier.


The fourth and final Thai team, MITH.PUBG placed 1st at the PUBG Thailand FInal: Road to G-Star and 1st at both the PUBG Thailand Championship 2018 and PUBG South East Asia Championship 2018.


Coming from India, Raptors are a team with plenty of wins and potential. Cooler Master Circle of Champions 2018, 1st place at the Indian Finals, 3rd Place at the Omen by HP 2018 Indian Finals and 1st at the Indian Finals for the Predator League 2019.

The Ace God (TAG)

Taiwan’s PUBG team came 1st at the 2018 CYBER GAMES ARENA and 1st at the Taiwan Predator League 2019 Qualifier.


GAMEHOME is a team from Vietnam who have been playing for quite some time. Their achievements include;

  • 7-8th Place The International 2016
  • 1st World Electronic Sports Games 2016
  • 1st China Top 2017
  • 2nd MDL Macau
  • 4th DOTA 2 Asian Championships 2018

Ayson Esports

Ayson Esports are from Singapore and also have an extensive history in esports.

  • Predator League Finals Singapore – 1st Place
  • Singapore NVIDIA GeForce Cup – 3rd Place
  • Asus PUBG SG Duo Qualifier 2 – 1st Place
  • CoolerMaster PUBG Circle of Life Champions
  • MET PUBG SG Qualifiers, SEA Championship – 3rd Place


Asbol are a Malaysian team and won the Predator League Championship in Malaysia.


GSSM comes from Hong Kong and are the Predator Cup Champions for Hong Kong Station.


A team from Macau, MP5 took 1st place at the 2019 Predator League in Macau.


The lone Japanese team in the Predator League 2019 Grand Finals, SUNSISTER SUICIDER’s have been competing in PUBG esports for the past few years.

  • 1st Predator League Japan
  • 13th Hong Kong PUBG World Invitational 2018
  • 12th PGL PUBG Spring Invitational – Romania
  • 15th Intel Extreme Masters 2018 – Poland
  • 5th PUBG ASIA INVITATIONAL at G-Star 2017 – South Korea

Aerowolf.Team Eight

Aerowolf.Team Eight are an Indonesian team who’ve taken 1st place in the Indonesia Final for Asia Pacific Predator League 2019, 2nd place at the GeForce Cup Pacific Indonesia Grand Final, 1st place at SEACA Unipin Qualifier 1 and were grand FInalists at FACEIT EU Beta Cup.

AfreecaFreecs Fatal

This South Korean team has been tearing up the competition on Day 1 and has taken top spot on the Leaderboard. AfreecaFreecs Fatal’s ability to get kills and stay alive has proven that they’re definitely a contender.


Finally, ArkAngel from the Phillipines have he following achievements;

  • 1st Place Zyclopz Run n’ Gun Qualifiers
  • 3rd Place Auzom Open Series
  • 7th Place PUBG online Contender Promotionals
  • Champion PGI Phillipine National Finals
  • 3rd Place PGI South East Asia Championships

There you have the 16 Predator League 2019 PUBG Teams. Best of luck to all, but just a little more to Team Immunity.

Leo Stevenson travelled to Bangkok, Thailand as a guest of Acer. All transport, accommodation and meals were provided by Acer.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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