Loops Esports kicked out of PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 because of player misconduct

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PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular mobile games out there, and the PUBG Mobile Global Championship is one of the biggest esports tournaments in the world. Unfortunately, the 2020 tournament has been marred by controversy, as Loops Esports has been disqualified due to player misconduct. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at what happened and what it means for the future of esports.

Loops Esports disqualified from PMGC 2020

In an incident that shocked PUBG Mobile Esports fans around the world, Loops Esports, the team from Brazil, was disqualified from the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC 2020) following a competition ruling by PUBG Mobile officials.

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They are disqualified for exhibiting unsportsmanlike conduct under rule 6.1.2 on Competitive Integrity. The Rules state that

“All Teams and Team Members must compete to the best of their skill and ability at all times in any Tournament Game”.

The official ruling announced that:

In light of today’s unsportsmanlike behavior & in accordance with the PUBG MOBILE competitive policy, Loops Esports has been disqualified from the ongoing PUBG MOBILE Global Championship. Read more for details…

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Explaining the matter

Further explaining the matter, PUBG Mobile officials said that in the two Grand Finals of Super Weekend 4 (i.e. Match 4 & 5), the players involved from Loops Esports – FederaL, Golden and Caiowski, surrendered and refused to fight, which affected their final ranking in the Federation.

The PUBG Mobile Esports team and the ESL tournament organizer, after reviewing all evidence of unsportsmanlike conduct, have determined that this incident violates their Code of Conduct and PUBG’s competitive integrity.

PUBG MOBILE Global Championship Super Weekend Overall Leaderboard! Congratulations to the top 16 teams that made it to the PMGC Finals, starting late January 2021. Stay tuned, we’re about to announce more exciting news for the upcoming eSports year! #PMGC #WEONTOP pic.twitter.com/CMJIYw61aR– PUBG MOBILE Esports (@EsportsPUBGM)

The official ruling also points to the fact that over the course of the competition year, Loops Esports has had numerous incidents exhibiting unsportsmanlike behavior.

They claim that these actions directly conflict with the fair and balanced ecosystem they have strived to create for all players, organizations and sponsors.

Due to this disqualification, PUBG Mobile Esports has released an updated leaderboard for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship – Tournament Stage. With Loops Esports, who are sitting in 6th place, eliminated, each team ranked below them has moved up one place.

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A1 Esports, the team from Bangladesh that had previously finished in 17th place and failed to make it to the Finals of the tournament, rose one place to 16th to qualify for the Mobile Championship Finals. PUBG Global Dynamic.

This news must have been a miracle for PUBG Mobile Esports fans in Bangladesh who were disappointed that their team could not make it through to the finals.


The disqualification of Loops Esports from the PUBG Mobile Global Championship – 2020 over player misconduct is a reminder of the importance of fair play and sportsmanship in esports. Cheating weakens the integrity of the game and ruins the experience for everyone involved.

While it’s disappointing that a team had to disqualified, it’s essential to enforce the rules and send a clear message that cheating will not tolerated. Hopefully, this incident will lead to stronger regulations and a better future for esports.