PUBG Mobile star Order wins Esports Mobile Player of the Year at Esports Awards 2022

PUBG Mobile star Order wins Esports Mobile Player of the Year at Esports Awards 2022

In recent news, a professional Chinese player from Nova Esports, Zeng Zahai “Order,” won the Mobile Esports Player of the Year at the 2022 Esports Awards. The awards, which took place in Las Vegas, USA, saw the felicitation of various eSports talent from around the world.

The award was presented by YouTuber Kiera Bridget and entrepreneur Matt Rutledge, and while Order was not present at the awards ceremony, he thanked his fans, teammates and coaches in a video message. Order also thanked the Esports Awards for the recognition and said that winning this award was a different and new experience for him.

The 20-year-old star further said that he along with his team hopes that they will perform well in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC): 2022 Grand Finals, which is expected to be held in January next year.


Esports Mobile Player 2022 nominees at Esports Awards

Here are the names of the nine mobile players nominated for the award:

  • Ceng “Order” Zehai (PUBG Mobile)
  • Luan “Lost” Souza (Free Fire)
  • A “LONG” Xulong (Wild Rift)
  • Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek (Clash Royale)
  • Cauan “Cauan7” De Silva (Free Fire)
  • Sitetampo (Brawl Stars)
  • Eman “Emann” Sangco (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang)
  • Jonathan Amaral (PUBG Mobile/BGMI)
  • Piyapon “GODCRUZ” Boonchuay (Free Fire)

First-time nominee for the award, Zeng Zehai aka Order has been active in the PUBG Mobile Esports scene since its inception. Known for his insane fragging skills, Order is known for slaughtering lobbies and dominating his opponents.

He, along with his team Nova Esports has been one of the most dominant forces in the history of PUBG Mobile Esports winning two back-to-back global championships. They also won several domestic championships, providing some of the toughest lobbies in PUBG Mobile.

Orde was also the MVP of the PMGC: 2021. He also secured the most number of frags in the Group Stage of PMGC: 2022, where his team easily qualified for the Grand Finals. Order’s teammate from Nova Esports and one of the most loved Esports players in PUBG Mobile, Paraboy won the award in the same category in 2021 for his insane performance.

PUBG Mobile also won the Mobile Esports Game of the Year at the Esports Awards 2022. The title was nominated for the same category in the previous season, which was won by Free Fire.

Order was nominated alongside several talented players from various games including Mohamed Light, Jonathan, Emaan, Cauan7, Sitetampo, Long, Lost and GodCruz.

Mohamed Light, one of the best Clash Royale players in the world, fell short of the title this year. He was also nominated in this category last year, but could not secure the award then either. Jonathan, the Indian BGMI player from GodLike Esports, has also been nominated in this category at the Esports Awards 2022.

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