The PUBG Mobile Premier Challenge Pakistan is an initiative to reward the most talented players of the game. It is the first-ever tournament in Pakistan that tests the skills of professionals and amateurs alike. The premier tournament was started earlier this month in Karachi. A total of $1,200,000 in cash prizes are up for grabs. It is the first premier tournament in Pakistan where over 6,000 PUBG Mobile teams took part. Check out the top 5 PUBG players in Pakistan.
Top 5 PUBG Players in Pakistan
Having played the game from the beta version to the recent update, Asad Bari is among the most celebrated professional players of PUBG Mobile. According to Bari, the game is now highly competitive in Pakistan. He has not only played a lot, but also has some solid stats. On the PS4, Bari has over 100,000 kills and 160,000 gun kills. On Xbox, he has over 130,000 kills and 100,000 gun kills. To top it off, he is ranked No. 1 on his country’s PUBG server.
Rehman was the first player in the world to win the PUBG Global Invitational tournament. The Global Invitational tournament was a one-day event that took place in Amsterdam. Rehman defeated 45 other players and had his family and fans present for the final match. According to his game performance on the Xbox, he has over 230,000 kills, 57,000 gun kills and 51,000 headshots.
According to Abdul Rahman, Vikki Kitty is one of the top PUBG players in Pakistan. She has been the captain of Team M-Noob for the longest time and still has been the captain of the team. Her killer performance in PUBG Mobile has made her an absolute must-play player. According to her profile, she has over 3,000 kills, 250 headshots and 400 kills per match. As a solo player, she has notched over 30 kills per match and has a winning percentage of 80%.
Ranked No. 1 on Pakistan’s PUBG server, Jag Haider is also one of the most well-known and accomplished PUBG players in the country. The other night, a lot of people were asking about him on the PUBG subedits. According to his profile, he has over 50,000 kills, 43,000 headshots and 50,000 kills per match. His kill to head ratio is 1.6%.
The first PUBG player from Pakistan to be sponsored, Ijaz is also the first Pakistani to be ranked No. 1 on the global ladder. According to his PUBG profile, he has nearly 160,000 kills, 135,000 headshots and 78,000 kills per match. He has a nearly 91%-win rate as a solo player, and a 91% win rate in a team.
Nazir “xylYchx” Mughal
Originally from Karachi, xylYchx is the top player on his country’s PUBG server. His kills per match have been around 52. His kills per gun has been around 73. According to his profile, he has around 36,000 kills, 42,000 headshots and 40,000 kills per match. According to the PUBG Global Invitational, xylYchx has over 40,000 kills, 52,000 headshots and 50,000 kills per match.Nazir Mughal has many time lag issue due to poor internet connection. And he eagerly want to know how to lag fix on PUBG Mobile.
Pukka18 was also ranked number one on his country’s PUBG server. With a combined kill record of over 2,000,000, he has also been called the best PUBG player in Pakistan. According to his profile, he has over 16,000 kills, 4,000 headshots and 8,000 kills per match. He has a 91% win rate as a solo player and an 84% win rate in a team.
Mawdood “Jay92” Qureshi
Mawdood is also a top player on the PUBG servers. According to his profile, he has over 13,000 kills, 11,000 headshots and 5,000 kills per match. His kill to head ratio is 1.42%. He has a 79% win rate as a solo player, and a 79% win rate in a team.
Abdul Rehman said that he thinks Pakistan can become a very good country for e-sports. He said, “The Pakistan government should be very supportive of e-sports and should give ample funds to the players to be able to play their game.”