The recently concluded PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020 was one of the biggest esports events of the year, featuring some of the best teams from around the world. Unfortunately, not all teams were able to make it to the finals, including Loops Esports.
However, this did not stop some of the Loops Esports players from continuing their esports careers, as they have now joined other top teams in the gaming industry.
Joining other teams
PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) Update: After being eliminated from the qualifiers of PUBG Global Championship 2022, the eliminated players from Loops Esports have now joined other teams
- Carrilho joined Alpha 7 Esports
- The remaining three players – Caiowski and Federation, including their former captain, Dadinho, joined the eSports Influence Rage (INF).
While Carriho will replace Vitu2k, who has been a fan favorite from the Americas region in PMGC 2020, Caiowski, Federation and Dadinho are an addition to the Influence Rage eSports.
A video posted by Influence Rage eSports on Instagram shows a re-enactment of the in-game rally that caused the PUBG team to be disqualified.
When translated, it reads “WELCOME @inf.caiowski @inf.dadin and @inf.federal “Loyalty is rare, if you find it, keep going!” After making history at the last PUBG Mobile Global Championship, they will join us in our quest for the top spot in 2021. Welcome to our extended family!”
@gxlden_by: “We don’t have words to describe how we feel for you, we wish you luck in your new project, we’re sure it’s just goodbye, not goodbye. We love you!”
What took place at tournament stages was the first protest in the game after their captain Dadinho was dropped from the team following a decision made by Loops Esports CEO Carla Coelho. The reason for the same has yet to be revealed due to legal constraints.
During the last PUBG Mobile Global Championship group stage match, three players separated from the fourth man and sat still in a church near Pochinki on the Erangle map.
The player from RRQ Athena discovered the three players and killed easily. The three PUBG players did not retaliate, and some of them were also unarmed.
The PUBG Mobile esports team and ESL released a statement saying they had “reviewed all evidence of unsportsmanlike conduct” by players and found that they had violated the competitive spirit of the game.
Rule 6.1.2 of the PUBG Mobile e-sports rulebook states that “players must compete to the best of their skills at all times”. As a result, Loops Esports was excluded from the PMGC.
After being eliminated from the PUBG Mobile Global Championship, Federal, Dadinho, Caiowski and Gxlden parted ways with Loops esports. As far as the event goes, the PMGC finals will take place from January 21 to January 24, 2021 in Dubai.
In conclusion, the Loops Esports players may have been eliminated from the PMGC 2020, but that has not stopped them from pursuing their esports careers. By joining other top-tier teams in the industry, these players have shown that they are dedicated to their craft and are willing to do whatever it takes to compete at the highest level.
It will be interesting to see how these players perform in their new teams and how far they will go in the upcoming tournaments.