PUBG Mobile Pro League: Savage Esports Wins PMPL South Asia 2022 Spring Qualifier
PMPL South Asian Spring Qualifier ends with top 8 teams qualifying for league stage.
The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) - South Asia 2022: Spring Qualifier came to an end a few days back on 13th February with SAVAGE eSPORTS walking away as the winners of the tournament.
A total of 16 PUBG Mobile teams from the South Asian region had participated in the PMPL Spring Qualifiers featuring a total of eight slots to qualify ahead into the PMPL - South Asia 2022: Spring League.
15 matches were played by the participating PUBG Mobile teams across three days, with the Mongolian roster of SAVAGE eSPORTS managing to land the first spot with a total of 187 points to their name, including four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCD).
SAVAGE eSPORTS Wins PMPL - South Asia 2022: Spring Qualifier
The South Asian Spring Qualifier came to an end two days ago with a close finish between SAVAGE eSPORTS and DRS Gaming, a difference of just two points separating these teams.
Overall, SAVAGE eSPORTS put on quite the performance by securing a total of 4 WWCDs to their name. Despite being highly inconsistent across both position and kills, they managed to stay in the lead due to first place finishes spread across all the three days of the competition.
While SAVAGE eSPORTS won the PMPL Spring Qualifier, seven other PUBG Mobile teams qualified for the PMPL - South Asia 2022: Spring League, which is the next stage of the tournament.
Here are all the teams that managed to qualify onto the next stage,
SAVAGE eSPORTS - 187 Points
DRS Gaming - 185 Points
JyanMaara - 163 Points
7Sea Esports - 157 Points
TRZ Esports - 156 Points
ElementriX - 126 Points
Venom Legends - 109 Points
XBrothers ES - 100 Points
PUBG Mobile Pro League - South Asia 2022: Spring League
The PMPL Spring League is scheduled to take place from 8th to 27th March with a total of 20 PUBG Mobile teams set to compete in the tournament. While eight of these teams have made their way through the Spring Qualifier, the remaining 12 teams will be directly invited for the event.
These 20 teams will then be split into five groups of four teams each, with the top sixteen teams further making it through to the PMPL: South Asia 2022: Spring Finals.
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