PUBG Mobile is expanding its esports scenario rapidly throughout the world. The third season of the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Spring Championship also ends with a new champion. After 4 days of intense fight, Astra Academy from Mongolia won the PMPL South Asia Season 3 Spring Championship 2021 championship and took $40,000 home. On their journey to be the champion, Astra Academy outranked some big names of the SA region.
Prize pool distribution
PUBG Mobile Pro League season 3 South Asia Spring Championship 2021 featured a massive prize pool of $150,000. The champion team will be awarded $40,000 where the runner-up team will secure $28,000 and the third-placed team will bag $18,000. An exciting amount of $2 000 will also go to the pocket of the most valuable player (MVP) of the tournament.
PMPL South Asia Spring Championship 2021: How it went
The tournament kicked off on June 10th and run for the next 4 days. There were 6 matches a day with 24 matches in total for the finest teams of the South Asia region.
Astra Academy from Mongolia secured three chicken dinners on the initial day of the tournament. But, DRS Gaming, the champion from PMPL SA S3, took a chicken dinner from 6 matches and topped the table with 103 overall points. Astra Academy comes second with 98 points. The fresh sensation Zeus Esports finished the first day in 4th position.
The 2nd day was filled with surprising moments where Astra Academy came on top with 180 points, thanks to their two killing machines 2A | ACTION and 2A | TOP who took 35 and 21 kills in 12matches. DRS loses the first position and held second followed by Zeus Esports.
Followed by the hot favorite Zeus Esports, Astra Academy still lead the point table and gathered 228 points for them on day 3. DRS Gaming lost their position once more and became 3rd
After completing half of the matches on the last day, everyone becomes sure that Astra Academy is going to be the winner of the tournament. And, with a huge 50 points lead, they won the champion title followed by Zeus Esports and DRS Gaming, respectively. Showing an amazing consistent play, Stalwart Esports came on 4th without getting a single chicken dinner.
PMPL South Asia Spring Championship 2021: Tournament brief
16 teams qualified for the tournament finals where 7 teams were from Nepal, 3 from Mongolia and Taiwan each and the rest 3 teams were from three different countries that are Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Hong Kong. All the teams made their way to the finals by playing with several other tourneys held in their region. Being the champion of PMPL SA season 2, Skylightz Gaming was the only invited team.
2A | Action started his action from the very first day when he got 23 kills. He kept dominating till the last day and took 27 more kills which make 51 kills, enough to earn him the MVP (Most Valuable Player) title. Also, he was awarded $2,000 for being the MVP.
PUBG Mobile esports never fails to surprise
We have seen some new regional tournaments concluded so far. Besides, some known tourneys are also going on. This is good for the esports world as new teams come in and regional tournaments emerge, the competition gets tougher, providing top class entertainment. Zeus Esports was considered to be the unstoppable champion, but Astra Academy just shocked the viewers with their impressive performance.