SEA Games Esports Day 5: Philippines lead women’s Wild Rift

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The Philippines dominated the SEA Games group stage of the women's League of Legends: Wild Rift competition with a 4-0 record. (Photo: SIBOL Facebook page)
The Philippines dominated the SEA Games group stage of the women's League of Legends: Wild Rift competition with a 4-0 record. (Photo: SIBOL Facebook page)

The fifth day of the 2022 Hanoi Southeast Asia Games esports event on Tuesday (17 May) saw the Women’s League of Legends: Wild Rift competition kick off while the PUBG Mobile individual tournament concluded, with Vietnam bagging another gold medal.

Women’s League of Legends: Wild Rift

Unlike Men’s Wild Rift, the Women’s Wild Rift group stage only took one day to complete.

Five teams from Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, and Laos battled it out in a total of 10 matches to determine which four teams will advance to the playoffs.

To that end, the Philippines' women's Wild Rift team dominated the competition, beating Thailand, Singapore, Laos, and Vietnam to earn a 4-0 score and the first seed out of the group stage.

Vietnam finished in second place with a 3-1 tally after winning against Laos, Thailand, and Singapore. Singapore sits at third place with a 2-2 score with victories over Thailand and Laos.

Thailand barely qualified for the playoffs off a 1-3 record with their sole victory being over Laos, who lost all their games and were eliminated.

Women’s League of Legends: Wild Rift group stage standings:

  1. Philippines (4-0)

  2. Vietnam (3-1)

  3. Singapore (2-2)

  4. Thailand (1-3)

  5. Laos (0-4)

The Women's Wild Rift playoffs will see the Philippines take on Thailand while Vietnam will face Singapore.

The winners of those matches will advance to the gold medal match while the losers will have one more showdown for the bronze medal.

PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile’s individual tournament concluded with Vietnam's Phan "ViCoi" Văn Đông taking the gold medal.

ViCoi managed to recover from a 26th place finish in day one by shooting up the charts and finishing day two with 104 points and 15 kills for the gold medal.

Meanwhile, Indonesia’s Alan Raynold "Alan" Kumaseh bagged the silver medal with 102 points and 15 kills while Thailand’s Purin "Stoned" Rongkhankaewtook home the bronze medal with 100 points and 17 kills.

PUBG Mobile Individual Tournament Standings

  1. (Vietnam) Vicoi – 104 points

  2. (Indonesia) Alan – 102 points

  3. (Thailand) Stoned – 100 points

  4. (Thailand) godTunny – 96 points

  5. (Philippines) Rymon – 92 points

  6. (Malaysia) Jumper – 87 points

  7. (Philippines) H2R – 80 points

  8. (Laos) HONDA – 80 points

  9. (Thailand) SchwepXz – 79 points

  10. (Malaysia) uHigh – 78 points

  11. (Philippines) Range – 77 points

  12. (Indonesia) Potato – 75 points

  13. (Vietnam) Franky – 72 points

  14. (Laos) Porza – 71 points

  15. (Vietman) Lambor) – 67 points

  16. (Brunei) Global – 66 points

  17. (Myanmar) Ozone – 65 points

  18. (Brunei) Colt – 63 points

  19. (Thailand) Beer11 – 62 points

  20. (Malaysia) XRush – 61 points

  21. (Indonesia) Jayden – 60 points

  22. (Vietnam) MitLaren - 60 points

  23. (Cambodia) Zero – 60 points

  24. (Philippines) Rankid – 60 points

  25. (Myanmar) 1sec – 59 points

  26. (Malaysia) Franky – 59 points

  27. (Laos) Eroza – 59 points

  28. (Laos) NOAR7 – 58 points

  29. (Myanmar) Marnet - 56 points

  30. (Myanmar) Finn – 52 points

  31. (Myanmar) Sando – 51 points

  32. (Malaysia) DamRUDE – 51 points

  33. (Indonesia) RedFace – 51 points

  34. (Indonesia) GenFos – 50 points

  35. (Vietnam) Ferrari – 50 points

  36. (Brunei) Kizo – 47 points

  37. (Cambodia) STALKER – 46 points

  38. (Myanmar) King - 46 points

  39. (Brunei) Bearuang – 44 points

  40. (Brunei) Rybenly – 39 points

  41. (Brunei) Galaxy – 39 points

  42. (Cambodia) Jisu – 36 points

  43. (Thailand) MR5 – 35 points

  44. (Philippines) Monboy – 34 points

  45. (Malaysia) Snipes – 31 points

  46. (Laos) BACKHAEM – 29 points

  47. (Philippines) Newbie – 28 points

  48. (Thailand) nOOzy – 27 points

  49. (Vietnam) Porsche – 22 points

  50. (Laos) Green – 20 points

  51. (Indonesia) Luxxy – 20 points

Esports Medal Tally

Thailand continues to lead the Hanoi Southeast Asian Games esports event with four medals; one gold, one silver, and two bronze.

Vietnam and Indonesia sit in second place with three medals apiece, with Vietnam having two gold and one silver while Indonesia has one gold and two silver. Malaysia and Singapore are tied in third with one bronze medal each.

Meanwhile, the Philippines, Myanmar, and Laos remain without a medal in the esports event.

  1. Thailand - 4 (1g, 1s, 2b)

  2. Vietnam - 3 (2g, 1s)

  3. Indonesia - 3 (1g, 2s)

  4. Malaysia - 1 (1b)

  5. Singapore - 1 (1b)

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