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V Gaming win PMPL Vietnam season 4 without a single chicken dinner

After placing fifth during the league stage, V Gaming put up a surprising performance in the country finals to win the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Vietnam season four today. V Gaming were crowned the champions today without taking a single chicken dinner across the 15 matches of the finals. It was their consistency that secured them the top spot at the overall standings, though. They came in the top four on nine occasions in the finals. With this, they accumulated 196 points, 47 ahead of second-place D’Xavier.  Related: Genesis

How to watch the PMPL Thailand season four

From Aug. 24 to Sept. 26, the 20 best PUBG Mobile teams from Thailand will be competing in the fourth season of the Pro League (PMPL). It will have a prize pool of 2,531,000 baht (about $76,000).  Four teams from here (winner of the league stage and top three teams of the finals) will make it to the PMPL SEA Championship. Besides this, the fourth season will decide the Thai representative at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021.  Format The format is similar to last season with the tournament

Epic Games Lawsuit Reveals How Far Google Allegedly Went to Maintain Android App Market

Google worked harder than initially suspected to keep Fortnite on its Play Store. / Photo courtesy of Epic GamesAfter Epic Games last year added a way for Fortnite players on Android devices to pay it directly, circumventing the Google Play Store and cutting Google out of the transactions, Google promptly removed Fortnite from its store, and Epic Games slapped the tech giant with a suit alleging monopolistic practices.The judge in the case, Judge James Donato, unsealed a fully unredacted version of Epic's original complaint against Google (H/T Leah Nylen), and