The pro scene of PUBG Mobile esports Indonesia witnessed another great event to conclude today. PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Indonesia Spring Finals 2022 has come to an end with ION Esports being the champion. The team scored a total of 214 points on their run to claim the throne as EVOS Reborn became the runner-up with a total of 212 points in their bag while global phenomenon RRQ claimed the third position.
The top three teams on the point table have made their way to the upcoming regional championship, the PUBG Mobile Pro League Southeast Asia Championship Spring 2022 while the next three teams will have to go through the play-in stage. Scheduled to take place in June 2022, the tournament will showcase the top 16 teams qualified from the sub-regional finals.
ION Esports’s journey through the PMPL Indonesia Spring Finals 2022
The grand finals started on April 22. BTR RA picked up the first WWCD. However, EVOS stands at the top by picking up two chicken dinners and 137 total points. Champion ION finished the day being fifth. RRQ came out in the top three.
EVOS continued to stand on top after the second day and ION took second place with just 6 points behind. BTR climbed to the top three leaving RRQ behind. However, EVOS Esports started the final day with the aim to lift the trophy. But two early exits throw them off the tracks.
ION didn’t let go of the opportunity and showed consistent play. However, EVOS tried with everything they got in the final match, but a minimal margin of 2 points became the determiner of the champion. EVOS finished the event with a broken heart and the runner-up position. Not only EVOS, but fan-favorite BTR also lost their position to RRQ by a single point margin.
ION Esports gets a hefty share of the prize money being the champion of PMPL Indonesia Spring Finals 2022
PUBG Mobile Pro League Indonesia Finals 2022 featured a massive $150,000 prize money. Winning the trophy has secured a decent $25,000 for the champion team. Runner-up EVOS bagged $15,000 while the third and the fourth-placed team took $8,000, and $5,000 home.
Apart from the prize money in the finals, each team got a fair chance to make their pocket heavy as each WWCD in the event gave $200. Besides, the best-performing team in a week got $1,000. Nerpehko from RRQ became the MVP of the event and was awarded an additional $3,000.
It was never easy for any of the participating teams to get out with the top position without throwing any challenges to the others. After fighting a long battle, the most consistent and dominant team came out victorious.
However, the challenge does not end here as the next event is already knocking. With a target to confirm a slot in the global championship, the team will be looking forward to showcasing more gunpower and strategic moves in the future vents.
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