An easy spare and a strike sealed the match allowing him to lift the title and pocket the top prize of RM20,000 (approx. US$4,800) and a trophy. Aiman, who had earlier dispatched 2018 World Men Championships Doubles gold medallist and second-seed, Tun Hakim 235-201 to advance to the title match, picked up RM15,000.
Tun Hakim, who lost the first stepladder match after failing to pick up a single-pin spare and a three-pin spare in the match against Aiman, took home RM 10,000 as second runner-up. Park Jun Se of Jeonnam, Korea and Sam Cooley of Australia was awarded RM8,000 and RM7,000 respectively.
Special prizesd were awarded to the top five women finishers. Anis Shazlin of Penang won RM5,000 as the top finisher with Nur Syazwani Sahar of Malaysia in second, earning RM3,000.
Top overseas qualifier, Nadia Pramanik of Indonesia finished third to take home RM2,000. In the earlier Round 2 finals, Lalisang amassed an 8-game total of 1963, averaging an impressive 245.