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Final Peacekeeper Elite League : XQF Paraboy breaks damage record



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Terminator of the PMCO Global Finals Spring Split, Zhu Bojun (Paraboy) has earned yet another title in breaking the most damage in a single day of the Peacekeeper Elite League Finals (PEL).

Paraboy managed to record 4525 worth of damage alone, in Day 7th of the Stage 2 elimination round.

The record was previously held by his own teammate Cheng Zehai, XQF Order when he managed to dish out 4025 worth of damage.

The record was previously held by his own teammate Cheng Zehai, XQF Order when he managed to dish out 4025 worth of damage during Stage 2 on Day 7 of the PEL Elimination round, according to PUBGPeace.

X Quest F (XQF) also had an incredible first-day effort placing 3rd overall with 52 overall points and 28 kills to their name.

XQF was up to a flying start by getting a Winner Winner Chicken Dinner on the first game of the tournament by securing 33 points and 15 total kills.

Zeng Ronghua (Coolboy) managed to be the MVP of the first round by managing to seal 6 total kills.

The rival group JCR was then brought up to speed as they managed to seal two chicken dinners in Match 2 with 18 kills, and Match 4 with 11 kills enabling them to cruise into first place overall.

JCR sits first place overall after Day 1 with 83 total points and 40 kills.

JCR also dominates the kill leaderboards with 3 of their members having the most kills of the tournament. JCR 释怀, leads the kills standings with 14 kills, having 2020 total damage with an average survival time of 25 mins 28 sec.

Defending Champions 4AM are currently trailing in 7th place with 41 total points and 24 kills, 42 points behind leaders JCR.

The Chicken Dinners of Day 1 include:

  • Match 1-XQF
  • Match 2- JCR
  • Match 3-GM5
  • Match 4-JCR
  • Match 5-AG

The PeaceKeeper Elite League is an offline tournament held in Xi’an China with a prize pool of over US$170,000.

The PEL tournament is also quite different from other PUBG Mobile Tournaments as it establishes itself as a First-Person Perspective Format (FPP), a hardcore mode (no auto reloading, etc), and having the aim assist off for players.

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