Predator League 2019 Grand Final Results – A Podium Finish for Team Immunity
The action for day 2 of Acer’s Predator League 2019 PUBG Grand Finals was intense. After a fairly slow start on Day 1, Aussie Team Immunity stepped up to show the competition what they were made of.
Beginning the day in seventh place, Team Immunity were going to have to work hard to make up ground. And work hard they did. After a slow start in Round 6, Round 7 was Team Immunity’s time to shine racking up a whopping 11 kills and placing fourth overall.
Check out the video below for the action of Round 7.
Predator League 2019 PUBG Results
After regaining some confidence after Round 7, Round 8 was decent for the Aussies with six kills but it was Rounds 9 and 10 where they kicked things into overdrive. Placing second in Round 9 with 12 kills, Team Immunity was boosted greatly thanks to Nicholas ‘Nick101’ Elliott’s ridiculous grenade plays.
Also helping the Aussies in Round 9 was the early exit from the Round by South Korea’s AfreecaFreecs Fatal. Having dominated play since Round 2 on Day 1, AFF quickly became favourites to win but suffered setbacks on Day 2 as other teams worked to eliminate them early on.
Only in Rounds 6 and 8 did AFF manage to score anything remotely impressive. Rounds 7, 9 and 10 saw AFF eliminated with four, five and three kills respectively.
Finally, while Round 10 wasn’t as successful for Team Immunity, fourth place and seven kills were enough to secure the third spot on the leaderboard. You can check out Round 10 below.
With five rounds left of play, Team Immunity is only 10 points behind Thailand’s Purple Mood and 34 points behind AFF. If the pressure on AFF stays strong on Day 3 and Immunity can keep playing like they did on Day 2, the win is within reach.
What a Comeback!
At the end of the Day 2 the standings are as follows; (PP – Placement Points & KP – Kill Points)
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|ERANGEL ROUND 6||ERANGEL ROUND 7||Miramar Round 8||Erangel Round 9||Erangel Round 10||Compensation||TOTAL|
Leo Stevenson travelled to Bangkok, Thailand as a guest of Acer. All transport, accommodation and meals were provided by Acer.