It’s never simple to compile a top 10 list of the best players in PUBG, but someone has to do it. We have decided to construct a list of the top 10 PUBG players who exhibit talent, leadership, and future promise. There is no reason why 2022 shouldn’t be as explosive as in recent years after an increase in popularity in 2020 and 2021.
We are truly spoiled for choice, with many familiar faces returning, fresh challengers developing, and skill levels at an all-time high.
Cheng Zehai is the World No 1 PUBG player according to the Esports ranking. He goes by the name Nova Order. He was a member of the XQF team but now has joined the NOVA Esports team. When it comes to PUBG, he is China’s top player. He participated in the 2019 PEL games with Paraboy. Just a short time after joining XQF, he and the club won the PEC championship. His presence helped the team develop. According to many, he is the ‘next big thing’ in the Esports business.
One of the most well-known players in the entire PUBG Mobile community, Paraboy requires no introduction given that the Esports competitor has dominated the scene since 2019. He used to be a part of the XQF team, but he joined the Nova Esports team in the year 2020. He has won more than 1.3 million USD in prize money from more than 12 MVPs. His team Nova Esports has won the PMGC championship twice. At the Esports Awards 2021, he also took home the prize for best Mobile Player of the Year in Esports.
STE Top is ranked third in the list of the World’s best PUBG players. The Stalwart Esports team is home to the Mongolian star. In the PMGC League East, where his team finished third, he had the most kills. PMPL: SA Season 4’s MVP award went to the Top as well. He and his colleagues won the PMCO Wildcard in the first PMPL SA season.
Thai player Sikarin “nOOzy” Nopparat currently plays for The Infinity. When the Thai player won PMPL: Thailand Season 3 MVP, he made a name for himself in the sport. Since then, he has won several awards, with MVP in the PMPL: SEA Championship Season 3 serving as a particular high point.
Brazilian gamer Maatheus “Mythic” Arantes Bezerra now plays with Alpha7 Esports. Previously he used to play for the Rise Esports team, and despite Rise Esports’ failure to advance to the PMGC Global finals, Mythic won two prizes in the PMGC West League for Gunslinger and Grenade Master. The PMCO 2021 Spring Brazil was his team’s first victory, and they came in second in the second season of the Americas Championship.
Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, is an Indian player who now plays with GodLike Esports. The whole South Asian area, not just India, has named Jonathan the world’s best PUBG player. At every other competition, he has shown himself. His two-finger jiggle-style gaming is incredibly well-liked by his audience. However, GodLike Esports’ performance in the PMGC Finals was only fair. Since BGMI’s debut, the team has profited more than $135K from BGMI/PUBG Mobile events.
“Carrilho” Lucas Brazilian athlete Miguel currently plays for A7 Esports. Brazilian-born Carrilho is one of the top PUBG players in the western area. He now competes with Alpha7 Esports and has received more than ten MVP honors. He has won more than 20 competitions alongside his colleagues. He has won more MVP honors than any other player mostly because of his willingness to play aggressively.
Chinese player Feng “Suk” Shujie, who represents Titan Esports Club at the moment. Suk, one of the most well-liked players on the circuit, has demonstrated his abilities in several competitions. He formerly represented The Chosen (TC), but he now plays for Titan Esports. Suk won the PMGC 2020 MVP and Gunslinger awards and the PEL S4 2021 MVP award.
Chinese player Zhou “Frozen” Yuchao now plays for Nova Esports (China). One of Turkey’s top players is Frozen, alias Ahmet Erdem Erdodu, the captain of Kaos Next Ruya. He led his squad to victory in PMGC 2021 West and performed admirably in the PMGC championship game. He was also included among the top fraggers for the championship.
American player Joshua “Koops” Estrada, now competes for Knights Mobile. Koops was voted MVP of the team that won the inaugural PUBG Mobile Pro League: Americas Championship. In the PMPL: NA Season 2 finals, when his team finished in second place, he was also recognized as MVP. He won the PMGC 2021 League West MVP award eight times. However, due to their seventh-place performance, Knight was unable to advance to the PMGC Finals.
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