Professional Chinese PUBG Mobile (Game for Peace in China) player for Nova Esports, Zeng “Order” Zehai, has become the Esports Mobile Player of the Year at Esports Awards 2022. Order was one of the ten finalists that were shortlisted for this award, including Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, Piyapon “GODCRUZ” Boonchuay, and Mohamed “Mohamed Light” Tarek. He was nominated for the award for the first time and won it. YouTuber Kiera Bridget and entrepreneur Matt Rutledge presented the award to him, but unfortunately, he could not attend the award ceremony in person.
Order defeats JONATHAN in the vote count to win the Esports Mobile Player
Order is one of the finest and most consistent PUBG Mobile Players across the world. With his inclusion on the team, Nova Esports has won all five global tournaments it has played. It has won the Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2019 and 2020, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020 and 2021, and the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021: League – East. He was also awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award at PMGC 2021.
Nova Esports recently played the League Stage of PMGC 2022, ranking second in Group Green. It has qualified for the Grand Finals of the prestigious championship, which will be played at Jakarta International Expo, Jakarta, Indonesia, between 6th to 8th January 2023.
As Order could not attend the award ceremony, the Esports Awards played a pre-recorded video of Order in which he thanked his teammates, coaches, organization, and fans. “It’s my great honor to win the best Esports Mobile Player of 2022. I want to thank my fans for their continuous support and encouragement. Thanks to my teammates and my coaches, and the Nova Esports club. Thank you for giving me the recognition. It was a new experience for me,” he said. He added, “I am currently preparing for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 (PMGC 2022) Grand Finals. I hope we get a satisfactory result and win the championship with my team. In the meantime, I hope you will continue to support my team and me. Thank you all for cheering me up.”
Indian Battlegrounds Mobile India (Indian variant of PUBG Mobile) star JONATHAN also competed for the award but did not win it. On the other hand, S8UL Esports won the ‘Content Group of the Year’ award at The Esports Awards 2022.